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(from Carl Richards’ 5/8/2014 Behavior Gap newsletter – click here for the original post. Carl is a Certified Financial Planner, the creator of the New York Times’ Sketch Guy column and director of investor education at the BAM Alliance. His book, “The...read more
What: Personal Finance Forum for Young Adults Who: Individuals in the process of establishing careers, preparing to graduate from college or anyone taking their primary financial steps on their own and interested in learning more about how to put their...read more
Over the weekend my husband and I traveled to northern Indiana to attend the dedication of a new performing arts center at Trine University. We were impressed by the university’s strong academic programs, particularly its engineering and business schools, but...read more
This past Sunday evening, I sat down to write this blog. I turned on my laptop. Opened a blank document and then . . . Stopped briefly to check an e-mail. Took a quick peek at my Facebook feed. Got up and refilled my water. Double checked who was leading this week’s...read more
(from Seth Godin’s blog dated 3/26/2014. Click here for the original post. Seth is the author of 17 books that have been bestsellers around the world and translated into more than 35 languages. He writes about the post-industrial revolution, the way ideas...read more
When we transitioned from a sole proprietorship to a corporation, I chose The Asset Advisory Group as our company name to emphasize the ongoing advice we provide to our clients. Too often, investments are the primary focus of financial discussions and articles, when...read more
I had a conversation this week with someone who approached me for advice about their soon to be college bound son. The question sounded simple, but as I started talking through the issues with the father, we peeled back the layers of what becomes a very complex...read more
(from Carl Richards’ 3/20/2014 Behavior Gap newsletter – click here for the original post. Carl is a Certified Financial Planner, the creator of the New York Times’ Sketch Guy column and director of investor education at the BAM Alliance. His book, “The...read more
Milton Friedman was a Nobel prize winning University of Chicago professor and economic advisor to President Ronald Reagan. Countries interested in improving their standard of living through a free-market economy frequently sought his advice. On one of his trips to...read more
I recently posted about Insanely Simple, a book by Ken Segall about how Steve Jobs’ intense focus on Simplicity translated to great success at Apple and continues as an essential part of Steve’s legacy today. That blog compared Apple’s view of Simplicity to...read more
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