Featured in the Knoxville News Sentinel: July 17, 2018 Do you need to have “The Talk” in your family? No, not the birds-and-the-bees talk, I’m referring to the talk with an aging parent about their finances. According to one survey, 54 percent of baby boomer respondents said they would rather talk to their children about sex
Digital assets, or an individual’s online personal and financial records, need to be an essential part of your estate plan. Here are some planning pointers that most people have not considered. WE ARE REALLY MOVING INTO THE DIGITAL AGE WITH OUR FINANCES. As technology continues to develop, our daily activities increasingly rely on digital
Paul Fain of Asset Planning Corporation will be the keynote speaker at the Financial Planning Association’s Annual Retreat (https://fparetreat.org/) to be held April 23-26 at The Wigwam in Litchfield Park, Arizona. With his talk billed as “A Pioneer, A Profession, A Practice and A Planner,” Paul plans to share the highs and the lows, the
WBIR: Cybersecurity poses a massive threat to all of us – consider the recent “WannaCry” ransomware attack. But most people have no idea what to do or how to fix it in a meaningful way. Certified Financial Planner Paul Fain joins us again this morning to talk about how to protect your money. PAUL, WHAT
Are you on track to achieve your goals? In other words, have you saved enough? And, how do you know how much is enough? Use the following guidelines to give yourself a Savings Check-up. Even though the economy has been doing better, many people are still financially vulnerable, i.e., living paycheck to paycheck. According
Do you have a “pending” file? How long have some of those actions been pending? How many relate to your personal financial plan? Consider the synonyms for “pending”: unresolved, unsettled, up in the air, on ice, unfinished, on the back burner. I don’t know about you, but unresolved financial matters in my life are a leak
WBIR: Certified Financial Planner, Paul Fain, discusses the impact of national debt.
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
WBIR: Labor Day, the first Monday in September, is an annual tribute to the contributions workers make to the well-being of our country. It’s also is a time to appreciate the opportunity how your job impacts your personal financial plan.
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.