ASSISTING CLIENTS WITH GOOD FORTUNE ASSET PLANNING CORPORATION’S SUZANNE HIMES, CFP® HIGHLIGHTED IN “WOMEN IN BUSINESS” As Suzanne Himes, CFP®, with Asset Planning Corporation at 234 S. Peters Road, Knoxville, looks upon her 20 years in financial planning, she knows she has been fortunate. “I’ve been very lucky to have always had the support to
FOUNDER OF FINANCIAL PLANNING HONORED FOR FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY OF CFP DESIGNATION ASSET PLANNING CORPORATION’S P. KEMP FAIN JR. MENTIONED IN INVESTMENT NEWS ARTICLE Knoxville, Tennessee, September 19, 2019 – It seems appropriate that on the 50th anniversary of financial planning that one local businessman’s contribution to a new movement and professional designation should be
Get your family involved with your saving plan by brainstorming ways to cut expenses in order to free up money to put toward your saving goals. Explore low- and no-cost activities you can do together as a family. Consider selling rarely used books, toys, clothes and other items in a garage sale or other marketplace.
By Tammy Bruzon, America Saves Communications Coordinator What does “saving the extra” mean to you? Whether it is putting change in a piggy bank or moving everything not in the budget into savings, those three little words can mean big money down the road. This America Saves Week, try one (or all) of these
By Heather Marshall, CFPC, MPP; Educator, AAA Fair Credit Foundation/Utah Saves As the old adage goes “Actions speak louder than words.” On the topic in question, it is fair to say spending is an action that implies values. Which explains why the nature of finances can be so personal, and challenge us to ask
By Jacquelyn Pica We all want to save more money. The question is, how? With so much new technology out there, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed. Plus, maybe you don’t feel comfortable sharing personal bank details with tons of different websites and apps. Forget the latest tech — these seven methods will
By Invite Education The recent tax bill expands 529 savings plans to include expenses for elementary and secondary education. And, the annual gift tax exclusion has increased. This is big news for education savers – no matter how much you are saving! Congress wanted to make it easier to save for education. Traditionally,