Finance

  • July 16, 2017

    Financial fitness: He shoots, he scores

    For most of my life, I have been involved in basketball and financial management. For this article, I wanted to combine those two great passions of my life to assist you in staying “financially fit”. Financial fitness and success is a lot like basketball. John Wooden, one of the greatest basketball coaches of all time, defined success the following way: “Success is peace...

  • July 10, 2017

    Financial strategies: How to plan for a long life

    Just ten years ago, the life expectancy at age 60 was to live to see 82. Today, at age 60, it is expected that you or your spouse will live to be 90. 70 is the new 60! In just ten years, the life expectancy increased by almost ten years! With recent emphasis on wellness and preventive care, along with the current advancements in research and treatments, life expectancy...

  • March 11, 2017

    Home Buying Options for Retirement

    How to pay half the price for your new home This spring we have a lot to be grateful for, and a lot to look forward to in 2017. The parade of Homes starts the early spring out with another 28 beautiful homes to look at and find out what...

  • March 11, 2017

    When You Hear the CRASH….

    Think of Jones Paint & Glass Serving Utah and much of the Intermountain West since 1938, Jones Paint & Glass has expanded its products and services to meet every need imaginable when it comes to the finishing touches to your home or business. One stop will give the general contractor,...

  • March 11, 2017

    Six Risks to Be Prepared for in Retirement

    Long-term care costs and rising healthcare costs top the list As baby boomers approach retirement, many may find themselves in different economic circumstances than what they planned for. Recent economic events have taught us the downside of risk, yet careful planning can help soften the impact. Northwestern Mutual says that...

  • March 11, 2017

    Expo: 10% Branding, 90% Specific Niche Solution

    Recently, I read a LinkedIn inquiry seeking expertise in the creation of an expo booth. I am sure many presenters have similar interests. Expos are amazing, noisy events proliferated with bright signs, moving parts, and a few sharply dressed reps. Looking at expos holistically by purpose helps to successfully plan...

  • March 9, 2017

    What Every Real Estate Investor Should Know

    There are many things to consider when deciding to invest in real estate. First, what type of property is best for you? Every investor is different and every investing plan is just as unique. Once you determine the type of property, you can start considering what is available in your...

  • December 31, 2016

    Time to Come Out of Hiding? 5 tips to take...

    By Todd Francis Johnson, Northwestern Mutual Concerned about the stock market? If so, you’re not alone. In volatile markets, it’s common to feel anxious about investing. However, successful investors know that while weathering market moves isn’t easy, it can be rewarding. To help you keep your emotions in check during...

  • December 31, 2016

    How is the New Digital Economy Effecting the Home Buying...

    By Jessica Elgin, Realtor Technology is changing the way we communicate, how we work, shop, and our lives in general. Real Estate is no different. Consumers are much more educated and so are their expectations. As a whole we expect more transparent, accurate, and quicker transactions in every area of...

  • December 31, 2016

    How to Rid Yourself of Credit Card Debt as a...

    By Brandon Hansen In a perfect world, by age 65 we should be free of all debt. Isn’t our retirement supposed to include a paid off home and no credit card bills? The problem is, nothing is ever perfect. The last ten years have not gone as they were originally...

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