WBIR: Paul Fain discusses mothers working in traditional and modern roles, often working overtime.
WBIR: Paul Fain with Asset Planning Corporation explains what could happen with Prince’s estate and how you can plan for your future.
“The only thing constant is change,” said the philosopher Heraclitus. Over the past year, I’ve learned his wisdom in spades. On a daily basis, just when I conclude that I’ve got things figured out or settled with regard to people or situations, I’m quickly humbled to learn that I know nothing. This awareness has vast
When should you start planning for your future? How can you retire on your own terms? An interview with APC’s President, Paul K. Fain, III, CFP® PAUL, LET’S BREAK DOWN SOME RETIREMENT PLANNING TIPS BY AGE GROUPS – START WITH THE 20 AND 30-YEAR OLDS… Life is reaching full speed for Gen X and Gen
As I used to lace up my Converse Chuck Taylors in the high school locker room, I recall coach saying, “The best offense is a good defense.” So when we are getting knocked down or muscled around, how can we bounce back with a strong defense? Like the fast-paced game of basketball, real life has
Lawrence Peter “Yogi” Berra died last year at age 90. Without question, he was one of the greatest Major League Baseball players of all time, but he would have also made a great financial planner. In 2016, consider the financial wisdom of his famous “Yogisms:” “90% of the game is half mental.” It is true
After the worst yearly start for stocks in history, many investors are feeling some concern. That old myth resurfaces, “Investing in stocks is just like gambling.” Gambling addicts would probably agree. In the 1990s, scads of obsessive day-traders seemed to gamble themselves into personal and financial ruin. Jim Parker, regional director of Dimensional Fund Advisors
As the year-end approaches, I asked my wife to join me at the kitchen table to review our money history and current financial plan. We discussed the following questions: What is your “grade” for the 2015 Fain Financial Plan? (Tina): “A” because I’ve been a very thrifty shopper — I never pay full price for