Cleaning Up Finances While At Home For Social Distancing

Wednesday, April 8, 2020 | Leave a comment

By Darrell Bryant Right now many people are wondering what to do with the extra time on their hands while commuting, traveling, eating out, and socializing are on hold. Allow us to make a suggestion. Seeing as social distancing and spring cleaning are occurring simultaneously this year, it’s a perfect opportunity to not put offContinue Reading…

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The Top 5 Financial Planning Challenges In The First 10 Years Of Retirement

Tuesday, March 17, 2020 | Leave a comment

By Darrell Bryant Retirement is a milestone unlike any other. You leave the comforts of a steady paycheck and structured schedule and embark on a journey into the unknown of finite resources and endless free time. After decades of working and saving, now it’s time to hopefully relax and see if all your hard workContinue Reading…

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What Should You Do About The Coronavirus And Stock Market Volatility?

Wednesday, March 4, 2020 | Leave a comment

The financial markets took a big dip early last week over fears about the spreading coronavirus, erasing gains from earlier this year. After the Dow lost over 800 points on Tuesday, it was down a total of 1,900 points in two days.  Investors are understandably nervous about their money and their health. If you areContinue Reading…

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When Does It Make Sense To Rent Rather Than Own?

Monday, February 24, 2020 | Leave a comment

By Darrell Bryant Although the concept of the American dream has changed somewhat over the years, one thing that never changes is the goal of homeownership. Whether or not it’s the stereotypical two-story home with a green garden and a white picket fence, your home is the symbol of financial independence and adulthood.  While owningContinue Reading…

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