financial planning

How an Abundance Mindset Accelerates Growth

How an Abundance Mindset Accelerates Growth

Are you a glass-half-full or glass-half-empty kind of person?

When you think about the future, do you see limitless opportunities or multiple barriers?

Do you get excited about international travel and interaction with other cultures, or do you think it’s a shame “all our U.S. jobs are going overseas”?

If you answered affirmatively to the second half of each question (i.e. glass-half-empty, multiple barriers, shameful globalization), you are probably operating under the scarcity mindset. This article is intended for you!

Student Loans: Understanding How Much to Borrow

Student Loans: Understanding How Much to Borrow

Is your son or daughter graduating from high school in a few months? You may be feeling excitement and fear simultaneously. And for good reason: student loan debt is a $1.52 trillion crisis, according to Forbes. That’s trillion with a T. There are over 44 million U.S. borrowers with student loan debt.

In this guest post, Andy Kearns offers guidelines on how much to borrow in student loans if your son or daughter is college-bound.

2 Reasons We Used Our Opportunity Fund in 2018

2 Reasons We Used Our Opportunity Fund in 2018

Why save for opportunities when everyone tells you to save for emergencies instead?

Because you’ll be operating from a place of abundance, not scarcity. I’m a financial advisor, and here are two reasons my family dipped into our opportunity fund this year.

5 Ways to Prepare for College Expenses

5 Ways to Prepare for College Expenses

Did you know that saving for college is the #1 worry of families with children? But only 17% of families are saving for college expenses. Within this post, I hope to alleviate some of the concerns you have about funding college — especially if your child is in high school.

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