The LK Blog

Paying it Forward

April 18 is right around the corner, which means that for last minute tax return filers, this is crunch time! Whether you prepare you own tax return, use a service or have an accountant, you most likely need to invest some time pulling together your paperwork – W2s, 1098s, 1099s. At the same time, you’re […]

Fall in Love with Your Financial Future

With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, love is in the air. Whether you are in a committed relationship or still looking for love, just starting out or nearing retirement, there’s no better time to plan for the milestones that lie ahead. Finances are not normally a topic tied to romance but planning for a […]

February 11, 2022 Post Comment Holidays

Keeping the Holiday Spirit Alive All Year

It begins around Thanksgiving…that subtle yet noticeable change in people’s behavior. We become more conscious of all we have to be thankful for. It continues right through the end of the year…that holiday spirit that leaves many of us feeling a bit more generous, open and loving toward our fellow man. We may be moved […]

December 21, 2021 Post Comment Holidays

Giving Thanks & Giving Back

Many people cite Thanksgiving as their favorite holiday. Thanksgiving lacks the commercialism of Christmas, the party-all-night energy of New Year’s Eve, and the religious overtones and rituals of Passover or Easter, yet it uniquely unites people of all faiths and walks of life around a central theme: gratitude. It is the one day each year […]

November 10, 2021 Post Comment Holidays

Schooling Kids on Money Matters

As children and teachers across America headed back to school with new backpacks stuffed with a raft of supplies, there is one important lesson that may be missing from the curriculum: how to manage money. Experts say these lessons should begin quite early in life. They recommend laying a sound financial foundation beginning at around […]

Financial & Life Lessons Learned from the Olympics

This year’s Olympic Games have been unlike any other. Already delayed by a year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, athletes are competing without the benefit of large groups of fans to cheer them on. The Olympic Village, normally a hive of activity, is reportedly devoid of the parties and social activities that usually accompany the […]

Men’s Health Month

With Father’s Day falling squarely in the middle of June, what better time to focus on the health of not only dads, but all the men in our lives? Since 1994, June has been designated as Men’s Health Month, a time to shine the spotlight on the many healthcare issues that affect men. And while […]

The Vital Message of Older Americans Month

May is Older Americans Month, a time to pay tribute to the older people in our lives. Since 1963, May has been set aside as a time to acknowledge the contributions, resilience and strength of older adults. This year it is more important than ever to do so. The theme for this year’s Older Americans […]

Practical Advice if ‘Divorce Month’ is Overshadowing Your Valentine’s Day This Year

February is often seen as a month of romance, a time to be swept away by heart-shaped boxes of chocolate, intimate dinners, and the rush of butterflies that accompanies new love. Not many people appreciate the irony that Valentine’s Day follows on the heels of January, known as “Divorce Month” in legal circles. January typically […]

February 12, 2021 Post Comment Divorce

How to Have a Happy (and Safe) Holiday Season!

Staying Close Even When We’re Apart As predicted, Coronavirus cases began to rise after Thanksgiving weekend, causing many families to plan to stay home for the rest of the winter holidays. The new CDC guidelines call for limiting holiday gatherings all the way through the New Year. Of course, just because we cannot gather in […]

December 10, 2020 Post Comment Holidays
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