Monthly Archives: October 2015


Teaching Children About Money

How to Transform Your Child into a Responsible and Smart Adult Consumer Teaching children about money is not a priority in America, and it needs to be.  The Council for Economic Education’s 2014 Survey of the States (released Feb. 12, 2014) confirmed what economist and former Chairman of the Federal Reserve Alan Greenspan has been [...]

Saving for Retirement

It’s Your Choice, but the Sooner You Begin Saving for Retirement the Better A number of years ago, over lunch, one of my coworkers mentioned offhandedly that she probably should start a 401(k) plan. To say I was surprised would be an understatement. There my friend sat, a bright, 30-something woman, who successfully balanced a [...]

5 Reasons Millennials Need Life Insurance

I received one of those calls this afternoon. It’s the type of call that you never expect and seems to bring life to a halt. I graduated from small high school in Newberg, OR. One of my 11 former classmates was walking home from work, was hit by a car who had run a red [...]