Self-Insured and Iron-Clad – My Financial Wellness Guide Part V

Over the next few days I’ll be exploring how to leverage insurance to reduce financial risks. Let me begin by saying that insurance is a fantastic tool towards financial wellness and the more you understand how each product works, you’ll be able to tailor options to your needs. Your first option in every situation is…

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Managing the Uncertainties – My Financial Wellness Guide Part IV

Over the past few days I’ve been posting snippets of insights to help you get started on your journey towards financial wellness. It is definitely a journey over a lifetime that involves managing risks. Risks, or uncertainties, are exactly that – they are not fully known or guaranteed to happen. If and when they do…

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My Financial Wellness Guide – Part III

“I have lost and loved and won and cried myself to the person I am today.” ― Charlotte Eriksson, Empty Roads & Broken Bottles; in search for The Great Perhaps   In the first two parts of My Financial Wellness Guide, I wrote about the importance of keeping good records. An important step towards healthy personal finance…

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My Financial Wellness Guide – Part II

Becoming a strong independent person requires more than having a roof over your head, a job to pay the bills and friends to keep you busy. Strength develops over time with purpose and intention. It requires an ongoing evaluation of what you’ve learned so far, what you want to do with that know-how and what…

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My Financial Wellness Guide – Part I

A few weeks ago I shared that summer is a great time for a Financial Checkup. With the warmer weather and sunny days, we tend to to be in better spirits and think clearer. If you’re just getting started venturing out on your own, it can seem a little daunting. Here are some basic suggestions…

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