Financial Planning

Life insurance. While most people understand that holding a life insurance policy is important, it’s also one of those tasks that many people tend to procrastinate until they’re faced with a relevant life experience that increases its level of priority. Holding a life insurance policy...
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Investors continually make predictions about the future, trying to “beat” the market and, in many instances, failing to do so. While there are instances when these predictions turn out in their favor, many of these predictions turn out to be pretty comical in retrospect. We’ve…

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Hardly a week goes by where the term “net worth” doesn’t pop into a conversation, advertisement, or other media. Despite its prevalence, however, understanding how to track it or calculate it and why, in some ways, it can be more important to one’s financial health…

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Love can make the world go ’round! But when you think about your favorite memories with your sweetheart, do you think about your financial conversations? Probably not. Money talk with your significant other is an important part of a complete and healthy relationship, although it…

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Each year around this time, we find ourselves reflecting on the year that has unfolded. In this final 2018 edition of the Digest, we share a collection of some of our most popular posts from TheLiveBigWay® Digest this year. We hope you enjoy reading (or…

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Many parents of kids with disabilities will tell you that supporting and caring for them is one of the hardest yet most rewarding things they’ve had the privilege of doing. These families have many facets of their lives to manage, and money typically is the…

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Winston Churchill, arguably one of the twentieth century’s greatest statesman, had many lasting and impactful aphorisms. One saying, attributable to his wit and insight, is, “Perfect is the enemy of progress!”. Churchill likely borrowed this saying from the late seventeenth century Enlightenment philosopher, Voltaire, who…

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