Category: Holidays

Fatherly Financial Advice

In “Rich Dad Poor Dad,” Robert T. Kiyosaki laid out the advice that he says the wealthy pass on to their children. Whether rich or poor, many fathers try to guide their children toward financial responsibility. In honor of Father’s Day this month, we offer some fatherly advice for managing money. Hard work pays off. […]

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

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

Gift Ideas for Aging Loved Ones

The holiday season is fast approaching. Whether you celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, or any other family tradition, you will likely be thinking of gift-giving over the next month or so. While choosing just the right gift can be a challenge, selecting something appropriate for elderly loved ones is often especially tricky. By the time they […]

It’s The Holiday Season. Don’t Forget Your Senior Loved Ones

Everyone loves the holidays, right? Mmmm, not so fast because along with the fun and festivities is the stress and aggravation of shopping, planning, preparing and hosting that comes ON TOP OF work and caring for the family. It’s a precarious juggle. And the season seems to start earlier and earlier doesn’t it? Halloween costumes […]