College is a major life event as well as being a pivotal financial event. The decisions made regarding paying for a college education can significantly impact your financial future. It’s important that you carefully consider all of your options for going to college and balance out priorities. In the blog post, The College Scandal: Why … Read more
The college scandal has been surprising and not surprising, at the same time. It raises fundamental issues about the goals and priorities that we set for ourselves and for our children. Communication regarding the financial impact of college among all family members especially including the college student are essential. Setting up ongoing family financial meetings … Read more
Very excited to appear on ABC 7 KGO’s Seven on Your Side with Michael Finney last night (3/13). We discussed GET READY! and how to apply the Marie Kondo principles to managing your financial documents. We covered the topic of what to keep and for how long. Check out the interview here: https://abc7news.com/home/clearing-document-clutter-at-home/5190725/ Pick up … Read more
Looking forward to appearing LIVE on ABC7 News Seven On Your Side with Michael Finney tonight (3/13/2019) sometime between 4:20 & 4:30. We’ll be discussing how to apply the Marie Kondo Principles to your financial documents – what to keep and for how long. You can live-stream in the S.F. Bay Area here: https://abc.go.com/watch-live
Changes in the climate which have led to two consecutive severe wildfire seasons will make insurance companies even more cautious about writing in California’s higher risk areas. When insurance companies become more cautious, the result is that either insurance companies withdraw from the market or they increase premiums to reflect the higher risks and potential … Read more
A key to monitoring your insurance portfolio is to measure the financial strength ratings for your insurance companies. You can learn more about the various insurance company financial strength rating services on tonysteuer.com. The Federal Insurance Office’s 2018 report provides a detailed description of the U.S. Insurance market including industry statistics and the regulatory environment. … Read more
Insurance fraud, especially slip and falls have been around, as long as the insurance industry. Insurance fraud is big business and can often be hard to detect. While other times, it’s just too easy. CBSNews has a great example with A New Jersey man is facing fraud charges after surveillance video captured him appearing … Read more
Thank you to Chuck Jaffe who invited me to join him on his Money Life Podcast in January to discuss GET READY! And why a financial first aid kit is important. You can stream Money Life Archive Audio for January 24, 2019: my appearance here and the full show here.