- What Causes Inflation & What to Do About It?
- Avoiding Divorce Pitfalls with the Right Mindset
- Facebook Divorce
- Get Empowered
- Divorce Fatigue?
- Real Estate Series
- Questions? Concerns?
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What Causes Inflation & What to Do About It?
A considerable challenge is planning for your retirement savings to outpace inflation. You may remember the “good old days,” when gasoline prices were as low as $2 per gallon. Others may recall when a can of soda cost 50¢. But prices tend to rise over time – sometimes steadily and sometimes abruptly. In the years ahead, inflation will most likely decrease the purchasing power of your money, which means that during retirement, your dollars will buy less than they do today. It is easy to misinterpret inflation, and we are here to explain to you what causes inflation and what to do about it!
Facebook and divorce? While the social media giant can aid in the deterioration of relationships, it can also help lawyers gather evidence to support their client's claims!
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Avoiding Divorce Pitfalls with the Right Mindset
While it is probably your first time divorcing, it is not ours. It is what I do. I work every day with divorcees, guiding them and helping them towards the best possible outcome, and establishing a solid foundation for their future as independent single women. When you are thinking financially, you prevent yourself from making emotional decisions that could jeopardize your financial future. By contrast, I’ve repeatedly seen that thinking emotionally leads to short-sighted financial decisions and deep regrets.
When going through a divorce, navigating the legal and financial intricacies can sometimes seem daunting. As you begin to untangle your shared assets and correctly allocate them according to your divorce agreement, it is important to seek professional advice from a wealth adviser who focuses primarily on working with divorce.
Real Estate Series
Chances are you've noticed the housing market has risen substantially in the last few years. The chances are even higher if you're considering your post-divorce living situation. If you're trying to figure out where you're going to live and what you can afford after your divorce, don't worry! Your Financial Sherpa is here to guide you through this scary time!