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  • Are you lying to yourself? We all could use the reminder that our human flaws show up very clearly in our family’s finances. The fact is that we ALL lie to ourselves, from time to time, about what’s really happening in our wallets.
  • Are you or your friends making these mistakes? Why do so many families end up with a mess on their hands in dealing with their estate when there is a change in circumstances? Well, here’s two reasons to start…
  • This week – family traditions and are you in between? For adults thrust into the role of caring for their parents, the biggest struggle often comes from trying to keep their dual responsibilities segregated.
  • Locking down your credit… Identity theft is becoming all too common as personal information becomes easier to swipe. The fix is quite simple–and you DON’T have to pay for a special service.
  • “You can’t wear other people’s panties” and other lessons learned this week My two-year-old niece learned this "great life lesson" at face value, but as I thought about it, it seemed like this was a good metaphor for adults. No matter what someone else has, what they wear, or what they are doing, we have to live our own lives and not try to imitate someone else.
  • Are you worried about money? With all of the news about spiraling federal debt, it’s natural that Americans are taking a hard look at their own situation, and it sometimes leads to worry.
  • Who says nothing good comes from TV? A TV-inspired world record attempt and excerpts from "The Wall Street Journal Financial Guidebook for New Parents" by Stacey L. Bradford.
  • Let’s Begin A Conversation I won’t pretend to have ALL the answers, but I’m going to do my best to give you information from the “real world."