Let’s face it, many of us buy a lot of….stuff we don’t need. In a typical month, hundreds of dollars may be slipping out of your checking account wastefully. So how can we shop less, save more, and just be more fiscally responsible? Certified Financial Planner Paul Fain has 10 ways to improve your spending
What do you say to someone who is experiencing financial difficulty? It is tough to see a dear friend or loved one in distress. Paul Fain, President of Asset Planning Corporation appeared Sunday on WBIR, Knoxville’s NBC affiliate to look at your money and your emotions. PAUL, AREN’T PERSONAL BANKRUPTCY FILINGS A GOOD INDICATOR OF
It is always good to know the financial commitment of owning a pet BEFORE you make the commitment. The old song asks, “How much is that doggie in the window?” Well, let’s ask Paul Fain, president of Asset Planning Corporation to weigh in on dog ownership and our household budgets. PAUL, THIS HITS HOME WITH
WBIR: Paul Fain with Asset Planning Corporation discusses how students can budget their living expenses while in college.
“The best laid schemes o’ mice an’ men gang aft agley (oft go astray),” quoted from a Robert Burns poem, is often used to describe the futility of making detailed plans when our ability to execute said plans is uncertain. Market volatility can certainly trigger behavioral responses that are detrimental to our financial plans. Sometimes
WBIR: June’s a busy month for weddings, and Paul Fain discusses how couples can plan financial goals together.
In bygone days, the term “hot mess” referred to a soldier’s meal. My father-in-law would have coveted a hot mess as he crawled across Europe in the winter of 1944. On one cold night, he was hiding from a Panzer tank patrol in the bottom of an outhouse latrine, but that was a different hot
WBIR: Paul Fain from Asset Planning Corporation gives tips on the right way to lend to those you love.
Honesty among spouses and partners is important when it comes to money. Certified financial planner Paul Fain from Asset Planning discusses ideas for merging love and money.
WBIR: Paul Fain with Asset Planning Corporation gives tips on paying off credit cards after the holidays.