Feature Article – How to get life insurance when you’re HIV-positive

August 2, 2010

This article featuring Ryan Pinney (TheProAdvisor) was originally written by Michelle Matlock (Life Quotes, Inc.) for GOArticles.com.  To see the entire article click on the logo below: Article Summary: Although there have been medical advancements that have helped to prolong the lives of HIV patients, finding life insurance coverage for HIV infected individuals continues to […]

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Feature Article – Insuring Your Business With Confidence

August 2, 2010

This article featuring Ryan Pinney (TheProAdvisor) was originally written by Gina Blitstein for the Women in Business blog.  To see the entire article click on the logo below: Article Summary: Insuring your business against loss is one of the most important elements of your strategy for success.  Having the right insurance for your business is […]

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The Complex Web of Estate Planning – Probate, Wills, Trusts, and Directives.

July 20, 2010

Many hold the widespread misconception that estate planning is a subject of interest only to the wealthy.  The reality is that estate planning is a larger process consisting of the use of legal tools like wills, trusts, and directives to determine what happens to you, who gets your assets, and how they get them during […]

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The 4th of July – Independence Day

July 4, 2010

Sometimes I wonder if we have forgotten exactly what the 4th of July is all about.  Yes, fireworks, bar-b-ques, and spending time with family and friends has become a big and important part of the day.  However, the actual meaning and importance cannot be summed up better by me than the founders of our country […]

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Remembering Those Who Gave All This Memorial Day

May 28, 2010

As any of my regular readers know, I am a veteran and proud of that fact.  Surprisingly, I am also at a regular loss of words when it comes to expressing my love, admiration, and thanks for those who have and continue to serve.  I think that military service is one of the highest forms […]

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Your Most Important Asset – It’s Not What You Think.

May 10, 2010

Recently, I was half watching the NFL draft when my son asked me “how much money” an NFL player makes.  If you know anything about football, you know that this is a very tricky question.  Position played, number drafted and team that made the draft, among many other factors make the “price” of the newly […]

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Sharing Important Financial Information with Loved Ones.

April 19, 2010

I recently had an interesting conversation with my wife.  It centered on the need to have a predetermined and reliable way to communicate important financial information with each other.  As you may remember from my earlier post, Filing a Tax Extension – Making It Work & Avoiding Penalties – I had concluded that my wife […]

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Filing a Tax Extension – Making It Work & Avoiding Penalties

April 6, 2010

My last article focused on tax savings tips, unfortunately, I haven’t even started on my 2009 tax return.  Needless to say, I’ll be filing for an extension instead of rushing to finish and file my 2009 tax return by April 15th. If you’re in a similar situation, you may want to file a Form 4868, […]

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Tax Savings Tips – What you need to know before filing!

March 23, 2010

As tax day 2010 approaches, here are a few tips that will help you file saving as much as you can, with as little effort as possible and on time.  For those of you new to this blog – I hate taxes.  Income Tax, Estate Tax, Sales Tax, Gas Tax, You-name-it Tax – I loathe […]

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