Last week, I was asked to attend a symposium in Boston to discuss how we could help improve the survival outcome of cancer patients.
Sleeping late, hanging out with friends, playing a soccer or lacrosse game, making it to the next level on your PlayStation/PS4—what else could a high school senior want to do this Sunday? –Fill out his/her FAFSA!
Last night we conducted our first College Financial Workshop here in Newton, MA. With participants asking lots of good questions and taking notes throughout the session, we think it was a success.
As I lay on the table at physical therapy the other day, I took a deep breath as my therapist pulled my arm back. Three months in since my injury and the pain hasn't subsided much.
I started thinking about the similarities of healing from an injury and meeting your financial goals. Both have these things in common:
While I don’t think I’ve ever had a client ask me this question exactly, they sometimes come close.
We try not to think of college in these terms because, as a parent, you are usually looking for the very best education that you can afford without spending every last cent of your retirement savings to do it. Hiding money seems a little nefarious.
This is the second in a series of articles on cybersecurity. We encourage you to read it carefully. Thank you and credit goes to MassIT: the Commonwealth of Massachusetts’ lead agency for cybersecurity, http://www.mass.gov/anf/research-and-tech/cyber-security/
1. Choose an account with two-factor authentication.