When buying a home, there are a lot of things to consider – including whether or not a home warranty is worth it. When you make a large purchase such as this, you know that money is probably going to be tight for a while. But the reality is, the unexpected can happen – including appliances breaking. Should you purchase a home warranty to help you out if something goes wrong? Read on to find out when you should buy a home warranty and when you will be better off without one.
Hi, I’m Jamie Lima with Woodson Wealth Management. As the crisis continues and we continue to deal with the anxiety driven by the election, it’s clear that we’re in for months and maybe years of economic pain.
A lot of folks are still worried about what the long-term effects and would happen if they lost their income in this crisis, due to layoffs, business closings, or even illness.
In this video, I’m going to walk you through some of the questions to consider to help make sure your income and loved ones are protected.
The CARES Act was passed on March 27, 2020 amidst the onset of COVID-19 in America. The package included over $2 trillion in economic relief for businesses, workers, families and governments.1
Now, the year is almost over – and some benefits included in the CARES Act are expiring. Many Americans have relied on these benefits to make ends meet throughout the course of the pandemic, and there’s widespread uncertainty about benefits coming in the future.
Can you believe it’s basically December? That means that the holiday season is officially upon us. Right about now we’re usually gearing up to gather with loved ones, shop for gifts and travel to see family – making it a cheerful, but expensive, time of year.
One of the very first things we discuss with our clients is risk tolerance.
How do you handle risk?
How do you feel towards money? And, so on.
This is an incredibly important part of the financial planning process and it helps us do a better job of providing #fiduciary advice.
Here are 5 things you can do to better determine your own unique tolerance for risk when it comes to your investments. Want an investment Personality Test?
Just reach out, and we’ll be happy to send one your way.
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Hi, I’m Jamie with Woodson Wealth Management, and I’m going to help you sidestep some major headaches, save you time, and put more money in your pocket.
First – some quick background about the changing financial services industry:
Over the last 15 years, our industry has gone through some dramatic shifts. At the outset of my career, folks had to look to the Wall Street Journal or call their stock broker for information on a particular stock or what’s going on in the markets. Now, you can get your news and updated stock quotes in just seconds.
Guest post by: Bethaine Parker of Debt Consolidation US
Getting into and creating tens of thousands of dollars of debt is easy but getting out of it can be a silent killer and take decades to pay off.
When you make the last payment and become debt free, you may want to reward yourself. The problem occurs when you’re not attentive; it’s easy to slide back into the same spending habits and you may end up right back where it started.
Here are a few tips that may help you to stay on track and keep you out of debt for good.
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