Tips to Save for Your Child’s College Tuition After You’ve Gone Through a Divorce

Parents of college-bound students know that paying for higher education takes planning and saving. For divorced parents, it can be particularly complex. Whether they’re paying for the college bills solo or contributing to the expenses in partnership with their ex-spouse, there are a lot of financial and emotional items to consider. If you fall into…

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Opinions Are My Own

I rarely if ever write about anything political, especially in today’s highly-charged atmosphere. In my mind, everyone is entitled to their opinions and I respect that.  I’m not comfortable arguing that MY opinions are better or more true than YOUR opinions mostly because there is a chance that MY opinions may be wrong. But it…

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Making a Smart Move in Retirement

Searching for warmer weather, moving closer to adult children and grandkids or pursuing a change in scenery are just a few reasons why many Americans choose to move in retirement. These retirees often relocate for emotional reasons, but it’s important to consider the financial impacts, too. If you have a desire to pull up roots…

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The Value of a Weekend

As we grow to a more mature age, we seem to rarely have a time to just spend time with our adult children.  My son is more than just “my son.”  He is my best friend.  We don’t get enough time to spend together just doing fun things.  This was five days of just doing fun things, and I need to get busy planning our next fun thing weekend.

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