WBIR: Certified Financial Planner Paul Fain with Asset Planning Corporation explains the pros and cons of paying off a mortgage.
WBIR: A rough start to 2016 has investors across the country questioning what’s going on with their money. Certified financial planner Paul Fain says not everyone needs to be alarmed.
WBIR: Paul Fain from Asset Planning Corporation gives advice on where to invest our money in 2016.
WBIR: Certified Financial Planner, Paul Fain, discusses worthwhile money goals and how to keep them.
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
In the ongoing process of supporting our client relationships, we often talk about “setting expectations.” We frame this in various ways, such as type and frequency of communications, timelines for responding to inquiries, paperwork, meeting schedules, etc. However, the most enjoyable and productive client relationships – and the happiest clients – seem to embody four
Certified Financial Planner, Paul Fain, discusses how to donate while being mindful of your budget.
In honor of November as National Hospice Month, APC is promoting the importance of thinking and talking about health care decisions well in advance of a serious illness or accident that may lead to someone being cared for by hospice. Hospice offers relief from the pain and symptoms experienced by people living with advanced, serious
WBIR: Paul Fain from Asset Planning Corporation explains how to change your budget when you have more or less cash flow.
When I meet with a client to discuss their financial plan – whether we’re developing a “new” plan or having an annual review – an important part of the conversation centers around the investment plan. How are their financial resources going to be invested to meet their wants, needs and wishes for the future? And