Monthly Archives: February 2011

Ready to Go At A Moment’s Notice

Recently one of my clients was unexpectedly hospitalized, and it reminded me that emergencies come in all kinds of packages. Whether a kitchen fire, an earthquake, or a trip to the emergency room, here are a few practical ways to … Continue reading

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Love and Money: Mixing Romance & Your Money

When you get married, you typically talk through things about personal values, career goals, raising kids, and your overall financial dreams. Things can get sticky if you have different attitudes or habits in managing your money. Living together and/or marriage … Continue reading

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10 Signs A Senior Needs Assistance (6 thru 10)

Last week I shared the first 5 warning signs indicating the need for senior assistance. Here’s the second installment of what to look for the next time you visit an aging loved one. Many older adults worry about staying in … Continue reading

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10 Signs A Senior Needs Assistance (1 thru 5)

In my practice, I have the privilege of helping seniors while they remain in their home. Whether organizing important papers, paying their bills or managing in-home caregiver payroll, my clients’ number one concern is staying independent. Many seniors worry about … Continue reading

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