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December 13, 2011
It seems to be more difficult each day to keep up with the flow of information. Often I just tune it out, or selectively read what interests me the most. This time of year we have an over abundance of sales ads to delete from our inbox, along with the usual flow of information. If you are feeling like “less is more” and you want to unplug for awhile to regain your sanity, you might find these time management tips helpful.
December 6, 2011
Guest blogger, Barry Demp, is a Business and Personal Coach and he shares some useful tips on how to navigate your way through this holiday season, stress free!
August 23, 2011
I interviewed David Keblaitis, Owner of Home Funding Group, about how divorce impacts a borrower’s mortgage financing. “Often the person keeping the home is mandated by the divorce decree to refinance the marital home in order to remove the other party from the current mortgage,” says Keblaitis. “This can be problematic when the home is under water and there isn’t sufficient equity to refinance the home.” However, there are solutions available and Keblaitis believes in finding the right mortgage product for each client’s needs.
August 16, 2011
I interviewed Certified College Planning Specialist, Jeff Taylor, about how divorce impacts college funding. Taylor has many single moms as clients, and knows this situation well. “Divorce can cause you to forfeit money you would otherwise be entitled to if you aren’t planning properly before, during, and after the divorce,” says Taylor. How assets will be or are distributed, income levels of the parents, and the amount of alimony and child support paid all play into the equation of whether and how much funding will be available for college. To help divorced parents obtain college funding for their children, Taylor offers these strategies:
August 2, 2011
To realize your goals, focus on these three things: 1) Set Intentions; 2) Define/Redefine Boundaries; 3) Create Space. In all three steps, action is involved in order to bring about the desired result.