This can be one of the most difficult of all unions but it doesn’t have to be. Since I started thinking about writing this blog I seem to keep having a recurring thought…If I had only known. This is true on so many levels that I toyed with the idea of making that the name […]
During the 1990s it may have seemed like money grew on trees. We had a robust market where investment portfolios grew significantly and a lot of people used their home equity as a line of credit. In the last 10 years this has changed. Just as it’s important to talk to your aging parents about […]
It’s important to create an open and honest dialogue with our aging parents about their financial situation, their desires and their concerns – before it’s too late; before an illness such as dementia makes this impossible. There are a lot of uncertainties when it comes to the aging process. It’s a source of angst for […]
Why is it that communicating with those we love the most can often be so difficult? Talking with our spouses, our parents and our kids about money can be difficult for any number of reasons. More often than not it evokes unpleasant memories from childhood. Most of us have been taught that it is not […]
About Sara Seasholtz, CFP®
Sara Seasholtz, CFP®, shares her financial insights and wisdom helping generations of families and small businesses realize greater financial independence, enjoyment and reward.
generations of trust…decades of knowledge…since 1979