As you pull down the stockings with care to see if St. Nicholas was there, I will stuff some stuff to make you aware. There are still five business days in 2016 to make last-minute changes to your personal financial plan. If your blessings exceed your needs, you can make tax-free gifts up to $14,000
In his regular “Sunday Money” interview on WBIR, Knoxville’s NBC affiliate station, Paul addressed the Federal Reserve’s decision to raise key interest rates. What does this mean for your money as we rapidly approach year-end? Here is a recap of the Q&A: WHAT DOES A FED RATE HIKE MEAN? The Federal Reserve voted unanimously
WBIR: Paul Fain explains how to make sure you have the right homeowner’s insurance.
Considering my family DNA, I am thankful for every morning that I wake to a sunrise or an alarm clock. My father passed away at age 54. I’ve outlived him. But honestly, I take many mornings for granted. Modern life often presents a barrage of financial distractions: concerns about the welfare of family members, debt,
With Black Friday upon us, many shoppers will be pulling out their credit cards – probably at 4 a.m. when retail doors open! It begs the question: do you manage debt or does debt manage you? What is “good” debt versus “bad” debt? APC president Paul Fain recently addressed your money and your debt on
When it comes to holiday spending, you truly need to make a list and check it twice! How can you avoid financial stress during the holiday season? Paul Fain, president of Asset Planning Corporation recently appeared on WBIR with some holiday spending tips for your money. Interview: Q&A PAUL I’M SURE THAT HOLIDAY SPENDING DESTROYS
WBIR: Certified Financial Planner Paul Fain explains the impact the 2016 election could have on the financial markets
Thank you to participants in our recent Coffee Talk: Do Elections Affect Markets?
If you were unable to attend this event, below is a recording in which you can hear the high points of the presentation.
In a recent Schwab Market Snapshot, Liz Ann Sonders, Schwab’s Chief Investment Strategist, talked about the amount of debt in the U.S. financial system.
When it comes to planning for retirement, perhaps we should pay heed to an old saying, “If it’s going to be, it’s up to me!” Now more than ever, the responsibility for building a retirement nest egg is on the worker’s shoulders. So where do you begin? Paul Fain, President of Asset Planning Corporation recently