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Not making a move may not always be the best move to make. Provided by Tyler Peachey A decision not made may have financial consequences. Sometimes, we fall prey to a kind of money paralysis, in which financial indecision is regarded as a form of “safety.” Retirement seems to...

Supporting family can put a crimp in your strategy. Provided by Tyler Peachey Families are one of the great joys in life, and part of the love you show to your family is making sure that their basic needs are met. While that’s only to be expected from birth through the...

Delegating responsibilities to others may lead to problems down the road. Provided by Tyler Peachey When you are putting together a household, it isn’t unusual to delegate responsibilities. One spouse or partner may take on the laundry, while another takes on the shopping. You might also decide which one...

Even the most seasoned investors are prone to their influence. Provided by Tyler Peachey Investors are routinely warned about allowing their emotions to influence their decisions.  They are less routinely cautioned about letting their preconceptions and biases color their financial choices. In a battle between the facts & our preconceptions, our...

Don't let procrastination keep you from pursuing your financial goals. Provided by Tyler Peachey Some of us share a common experience. You’re driving along when a police cruiser pulls up behind you with its lights flashing. You pull over, the officer gets out, and your heart drops. “Are you aware the registration on...

The five phases of life after 50 & the considerations that accompany them. Provided by Tyler Peachey The journey to and through retirement occurs gradually, like successive chapters in a book. Each chapter has its own things to consider. Chapter 1 (the fifties). At this stage of life, retirement...

If anything happens to you, your family has someone to consult. Provided by Tyler Peachey If you weren’t around, what would happen to your investments? In many families, one person handles investment decisions, and spouses or children have little comprehension of what happens each week, month, or year with a portfolio. In an...

It might be better to wait a bit longer. Provided by Tyler Peachey Some people retire at first opportunity, only to wish they had waited longer. Your financial strategy likely considers normal financial ups and downs. That said, a big “what if” on your mind might be “what...