Some things have changed since the Great Depression, Some Things Remain The Same. An economic “downturn” does not need a name to have an impact on everyone. Call it a “Recession”, call it a “Depression”, who cares what it is called. It signifies tough financial times for many. So let us take a minute and…Read More about When History Repeats Itself, Where Should We Turn?
Planning for the future well-being of your children is a difficult task for any parent. Add the complexity of adequately providing for the future care of a child with special needs and the process becomes even more challenging. Any special needs plan requires thought and multiple use of resources. Many of us say. “Where do…Read More about TO BE PREPARED IS HALF THE VICTORY – Special Needs Planning
(PART III OF A THREE PART SERIES) What does a month-long celebration on financial literacy look like? For many, that is hard to imagine. However, for those following PFP | The Family Security Plan® Community, the picture is becoming clear. We have already reviewed the concepts of earning, borrowing, saving and spending in prior…Read More about 12 Steps Towards Your Financial Freedom: Part 3
(PART II OF A THREE PART SERIES) Are you someone focused on saving your money? Or are you someone with a burning desire to spend? These two personality types merge in today’s blog as we uncover some of the most fundamental strategies to gain financial freedom, which simply means having financial CHOICES every day of…Read More about 12 Steps Towards Your Financial Freedom: Part 2
The conversation about the challenges of Main Street vs. Wall Street has spilled over onto many areas as a metaphor to compare big vs. small, rich vs. poor and greed vs. need. Credit Unions have been seen as a beacon of light compared to big banks. Each American has a choice as they select the…Read More about Main Street vs. Wall Street; Credit Unions vs. Banks