Category Archives: Personal Finance

Bachelor Party Finances – 5 Ways to Keep Costs Low

Bachelor Party Finances – 5 Ways to Keep Costs Low

Yesterday, I got back from a ridiculous weekend at the New Jersey Shore (Avalon to be exact).  I was there for my friend’s bachelor party.  I have known this buddy since we were 8, so being one-third of the team that was setting it up, I was pumped to make it SICK.  And I succeeded.

Sallie Mae Creates New Student Loan Product to Replace Current Private Loan

Sallie Mae Creates New Student Loan Product to Replace Current Private Loan

What is Sallie Mae? According to their website, Sallie Mae®, the nation’s leading provider of student loans and administrator of college savings plans, has helped millions of Americans achieve their dream of a higher education. The company primarily provides federal and private student loans for undergraduate and graduate students and their parents. In addition, Sallie

Accountability Leads to Success

Accountability Leads to Success

Thursday was our quarterly meeting for work, where sales accomplishments and goals were discussed.  One theme that echoed today was, you guessed it, Accountability Leads to Success.  That sentiment is short and sweet…4 simple words whose truth have been proven over time. First, we should define Accountability.  Merriam Webster defines accountability as, the quality or state of

A less than Expected Bonus – What should you do?

A less than Expected Bonus – What should you do?

I wasn’t going to write about this subject but why the heck not! As indicated in the left side bar, I work for a Fee Based Financial Planning firm, that being said we have clients that we don’t charge fees because of the compensation coming in somewhere else (i.e. money under management, premiums, sale of different