Retirement Can Be Scary Forget about presidential elections and Halloween. Retirement can be scary. Overcoming fears related to retirement and your money takes courage. You can download a self-help course called ” Courage, Risks and Rewards” to help to overcome your fears. Go to my home page and click on the BIG purple/pink button to get your copy. Follow me
Subscribe to my newsletter. There is the obvious advice that certainly you’ve heard again and again. Set clear and realistic long-term goals. Keep investing regardless of market fluctuations. Diversify, don’t put all your eggs in one basket. Select quality low-cost globally diversified investments. Seek out a fiduciary professional to support the financial side of your life. All great advice, especially
Ep. 34 – Life & Money Lessons From Dad, Special Father’s Day Edition Life and money lessons from Dad. A girl’s dad is a pretty special person. I got the chance to sit with my dad, JimFurubotten, just before Father’s Day 2020 to talk about his memories and things he learned during his 8 decades on this planet. Watch this
PPP Loan Update Today is June 11, 2020. There is a major PPP loan update that means more time and more flexibility for businesses. Take a listen. Subscribe to my newsletter. Here’s a summary of important PPP Loan changes. Business Impact NW is a great resource for Washington Businesses. ✔️ Extended “covered period” (loan use period) for loan forgiveness from
Ep. 33 – Plan for Long-Term Care, Protect Your Nest Egg Long-term care and estate planning are two financial life planning areas that everyone can benefit from. Subscribe to my newsletter. But it is even more so a woman’s issue. Why? Two reasons. Women are oftentimes the caregiver for their spouses. And because women frequently outlive their spouses, there is
Ep. 32 – Washington 529 College Savings Plan – Post Coronavirus – What’s New, What’s The Same Washington 529 College Savings Plans update…Springtime seems to mean getting back together with Luke Minor and Jackie Ferrado from the Washington 529 College Savings Plans. I’ve checked in on the Washington 529 College Savings Plans for the last two years as my own
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