With spring in bloom, we are also entering wedding season! Getting married is truly a family affair when it comes to figuring out how to pay for it! WEDDINGS CAN BE EXPENSIVE… The average Tennessee wedding typically costs between $20,000 to $30,000. A Manhattan wedding’s average cost is $82,000! LET’S BREAK IT DOWN,
WBIR: Oh, snap! Within an hour of Snap, Inc.’s first public trading on the New York Stock Exchange last Thursday, the company’s stock price had already soared 50%. But what exactly is an “IPO” and how will it change the future of popular mobile app, Snapchat? PAUL, LET’S START WITH THE BASICS, WHAT IS
America Saves Week is a national effort to set a savings goal, make a savings plan, and save automatically. It all starts when you make a commitment to yourself to save. Are you saving for the right things? Just like your car needs a tune-up, and just like you need your annual physical, your checkbook needs
Well, it is official, Donald J. Trump is the President of the United States of America. What should investors now expect from the Trump administration? Paul Fain, president of the-much-smaller-Asset Planning Corporation offers some initial prognostications. “TRUMPONOMICS” – SHOULD WE BE HOPEFUL OR AFRAID? My bi-partisan answer: Both! Trump has promised a lot – economic
Freshmen are adjusting to their first months in college. I’ve talked to parents who were relieved that little Johnny was finally out of the nest and other moms and dads who had tears in their eyes as little Suzie packed her boxes and headed to the dormitory. What leaves everyone crying is the cost of
WBIR: Paul Fain with Asset Planning Corporation discusses how students can budget their living expenses while in college.
WBIR: Paul Fain talks to us about investing in Pokemon GO as it’s swept the nation in popularity.
WBIR: June’s a busy month for weddings, and Paul Fain discusses how couples can plan financial goals together.
WBIR: Certified Financial Planner Paul Fain from Asset Planning Corporation discusses a new survey by TD Ameritrade.
WBIR: Building credit early makes it easier to reach financial goals but Millennials have the lowest credit scores and shortest credit histories among all age groups, according to a new study by NerdWallet.