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Market Volatility is More Common Than You Think

October 18, 2018, No Comments by Kimberly L. Curtis

For those of you who closely follow the capital markets, the recent volatility may be causing some investors to worry. In the past couple of weeks, from September 30 - October 10 the US market fell 4.8%. Some investors may find it difficult to remain calm while facing a dramatic market downturn. Weathering the storm through downturns may prove more beneficial to investors than bailing when things get rough.

Can a 529 Plan Hurt Your Financial Aid?

July 22, 2018, No Comments by Kimberly L. Curtis

Many people worry about whether a 529 Plan will impact their eligibility for financial aid. It will impact your aid, but may help you more than it will hurt. Understand the advantages of a 529 Plan and its minimal impact on financial aid.

Is A College Degree Worth It?

July 13, 2018, No Comments by Kimberly L. Curtis

As the cost of higher education continues to climb, is the cost for a degree worth it? Some of the most successful people in the world dropped out of college. The answer is tricky and it depends.

Financial Advice from Dad

June 16, 2018, No Comments by Kimberly L. Curtis

 

With Father’s Day around the corner, what was your Father’s best money advice? GoBankingRates surveyed a group of 1,500 Americans to uncover what the best financial advice dad’s tend to give.

8 Types of Insurance for Small Business Owners

May 18, 2018, No Comments by Kimberly L. Curtis

If you are a small business owner, insurance is something you will need to address. It can be stressful to think about the additional costs involved in getting your business up and running. However, every business owner should have a basic type of business insurance in order to safeguard your business and your livelihood.

You might feel like your cash may be better spent elsewhere, but having coverage for your business is always a good investment.

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