5 Ways to Protect Your Home from Summer Storms

[QUESTION] I know that hurricane season starts on June 1. What should I be doing to protect my home (and my finances) from storms this summer? [ANSWER] This is the perfect time to take steps to help your home avoid damage from summer storms and other weather. Hurricane season runs from June to November, and [...]

8 Things Financial Planning Can Help You Address

Financial planning is unique for each person; no two financial plans look the same because everyone's life and personal goals are different. Regardless of what your goals are, financial planning can help you work towards achieving them. One of the most significant benefits of financial planning is that it gives you the confidence to stay [...]

By |2022-10-26T14:27:49-05:00October 26th, 2022|OnPath Thought Leadership, The Founders Group|0 Comments

High Net-Worth Individuals: Are You Missing Opportunities in Your Financial Planning?

High Net-Worth executives and those that have been self-employed, can experience common problems in their financial planning journey. Often, they have missed opportunities in their financial planning because they haven’t planned adequately for their retirement even though they make a high income. It’s easy to think that everything will work out with their retirement plan, [...]

A Fall Financial Checklist

For many, autumn is the best time of year. The return of cool breezes, comforting foods, and pumpkins can be invigorating. It’s also a bookmark of sorts, especially for your finances—a perfect time to take stock of your spending after the summer’s over to see what lies ahead. These tips can help you make simple, [...]

By |2022-08-31T15:24:39-05:00September 20th, 2022|OnPath Thought Leadership, The Founders Group|0 Comments

Planning Lessons for Educators- Addressing Your Finances

Being an educator requires expertise and that you stay current on developments in your field. However, that level of ongoing attention can make it difficult to find the time to stay on top of issues that affect your finances, or to put together a comprehensive financial plan. Whether you work directly with students or focus [...]

A Financial Planning Guide for Families with Disabilities

About 61 million adults in the U.S. live with a disability. Many of these disabilities are serious enough to impact a person’s daily life.1 There may be financial benefits available to those whose disabilities leave them unable to hold down a job. However, these benefits may come with strict rules and regulations, such as limits [...]

Summer Vacations and the Allure of Timeshares

Vacations during the summer months might have you thinking about timeshares for resorts in places like Florida or Mexico. They seem like a fun idea for a winter vacation in the sunshine, as well as a good deal financially. They are neither. Like Groundhog Day One of the biggest problems with timeshares in general is [...]

An Introduction to Estate Planning for the Sandwich Generation

For members of the "Sandwich Generation"—those currently in their 40s and 50s who are caring for children and their parents who are over 65-years old—estate planning may seem like a low priority. After all, when you're juggling multiple caregiving responsibilities daily, sitting down to draft a will is easy to put off. But estate planning [...]

Tips to Shape Up Your Fiscal Fitness This Summer

Many people realize that the best way to stay in shape is to develop an appropriate fitness regimen and then stick with it. If you start a fitness program and drop out, you never give yourself a chance to become physically fit. In the long run, regular workouts pay off. It is the same with [...]

Summertime Reminds Us To Be Flexible

As summer heats up, it pays to take a good look at how flexible you are. When you plan for the future, you need to be adaptable. No one knows what tomorrow holds. This is certainly true in the world of work. In a few short months, we will celebrate Labor Day. President Grover Cleveland [...]

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