It’s estimated that less than 10% of resolutions work. Oftentimes this is because people want to change habits that aren’t specific enough. As you can imagine, common New Year’s Resolutions are to lose weight, exercise more, save more money, read > full post
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I’ve done it with a construction project at my house and maybe you’ve done it with your retirement account. Yes, I’m talking about going to Uncle Larry, the person who is never short on advice but not necessarily an expert. > full post
As a financial advisor, something that I consistently run into when meeting with individuals (I am of course guilty of this too at times) is when people use tidbits of information they hear on the news (which is never biased) as fact. > full post
So you’re seeing Brexit in the news? Here’s what you need to know about your retirement account I’ll be honest, before two weeks ago I had to Google what “Brexit” was. During that search I quickly learned that the term referred > full post
At Human Investing our advisors talk a lot about retirement, but more and more so, health care is becoming a larger component of how we need to plan. Below are 3 ways you can prepare for the medical needs that > full post
Our solution to identifying your investment risk… and why it matters This past weekend my wife and I went and visited two of our best friends in the hospital who just had a baby girl. When we got the > full post
5 Ways to Leverage a Volatile Market for Tax Savings When the market is volatile it can make investors feel uneasy. In a perfect world the market would never be down, but unfortunately ebbs and flows come with the territory. When > full post
When, for a variety of reasons, the stock market experiences downside pressure, I often spend a lot less time on the headlines and more time on the history. Because every market presents itself differently with no up or down move > full post
Fishing. The cool northwest air, sun peaking over the horizon, the roaring river sweeping in front of me. Some of my favorite moments are spent in quiet, as I stand on the river bank rod in hand, waiting in anticipation. > full post