WBIR: Certified Financial Planner Paul Fain explains why the crazy market this week may have been a good thing for investors.
WBIR: Paul Fain goes over three retirement questions people should ask themselves to determine their future quality of life after they retire.
The recent shutdown on the New York Stock Exchange was reminiscent of the 2010 “Flash Crash” when computerized selling sent the stock market into a tailspin and an abrupt stop to trading. This time, the NYSE reported that a software glitch suspended trading. Should there be short-term or long-term concerns for investors? Paul Fain CFP®
Experts say a fully-funded emergency fund is 3-6 months of personal expenses set aside. But, you have to start somewhere and every little bit will help. Certified Financial Planner Paul Fain appears on WBIR Channel 10 to share insight on why American’s are in, what experts are calling, a financial crisis. Click here to see
What a great way to end a quarter – a global economic crisis? Greece is once again the headline newsmaker. Greece with a Gross Domestic Product (GDP) equivalent to the city of Detroit and a land area comparable in size to Ohio. Last Friday, the Greek government rejected an offer from creditors to
I have three children ranging in ages from 16 to 24 years old. In other words, two of my kids are legal adults! Whoa! How does that impact our daily lives and our financial plan? The relationship between parent and child is of fundamental importance to U.S. society, because it preserves the safety and provides
Knoxville Certified Financial Planner, and President of Asset Planning Corporation, Paul Fain shares some quick and easy ways to stretch your budget as far as possible.
If someone gave me a $100, I would walk around as if I’m Donald Trump or Daddy Warbucks. It’s a flush feeling. If we go to dinner, I’m buying. A few days later it would be back to normal with the typical $5 to $20 in my pocket. What is this behavioral phenomenon of “found