Financial Tips for WidowsSubmitted by Robert Gordon & Associates, Inc on August 8th, 2018
Video: Saving For Your Child's SchoolSubmitted by Robert Gordon & Associates, Inc on August 2nd, 2018
A post-secondary degree is proving more and more beneficial to earn a foothold in the workforce. There are many ways parents can tackle the daunting task of raising a child and then helping them with higher education costs. Contact a CFP® Professional TODAY for help in creating a financial plan that draws a roadmap for accomplishing all of your financial goals!
Great, You Got a Raise — Here’s How Not to Blow ItSubmitted by Robert Gordon & Associates, Inc on July 6th, 2018
Video: The Importance of Financial GoalsSubmitted by Robert Gordon & Associates, Inc on June 29th, 2018
These are the obstacles we all face in trying to achieve our financial goals:
13 Habits of Financially Savvy PeopleSubmitted by Robert Gordon & Associates, Inc on June 19th, 2018
Being financially savvy will mean different things to different people. But a common trait that the money-smart share is an affinity for long term financial planning and goals.
Those who are great at it don’t have to make huge sacrifices, but still manage to enjoy a high standard of living while traveling and pursuing a range of hobbies.
Graduation Season Is here - How to Start Down the Path Towards Financial SuccessSubmitted by Robert Gordon & Associates, Inc on April 27th, 2018
With another graduation season upon us, young people are trying to make the transition from college to colleague. There will be big changes and challenges ahead. If you can start off on the right financial footing in your 20's, you will be leaps and bound ahead of others that don't get their finances in order until later in life.
April Is Financial Literacy Month - Why Financial Wellness MattersSubmitted by Robert Gordon & Associates, Inc on April 23rd, 2018
April is Financial Literacy Month and a great time to focus on financial education. A lack of financial preparedness has huge societal costs, and in the coming years as Americans age, these costs will likely increase. There are daunting challenges facing not only the poor but also the working middle class.
The Unethical, But Legal, Actions of Some Financial AdvisorsSubmitted by Robert Gordon & Associates, Inc on April 6th, 2018
There’s plenty of opportunity out there for someone who’s unethical to take advantage of good people. That’s especially true when that someone is a financial advisor, so investors need to carefully select whom to trust. What some advisers do may not be criminal, but it’s still unethical because it’s not in clients’ best interests.