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April. A time for Easter celebration, flowers blooming, the Masters golf week and finding new inspirations! I write this as snow falls here in the Midwest in an extremely surprising one to three inches of accumulation. Seriously, not kidding. Mother Nature never seems to disappoint does she? Great sense of humor she has.
In a recent broadcasting of Money Matters hosted by Greg Farrall (@FarrallWealth), the owner and CEO of Farrall Wealth, welcomed and introduced Robert Northington to the show. Mr. Northington is a veteran in the field of interior designing and stopped in to share some professional tips for the money-savvy home remodelers out there.
The Market looks like it is going to remain flat or down for the year in 2015. Where are the prognosticators/talking heads now? Those that expected 10%, 5%, 3% gains for the year are silent. Like we predicted 2015 has been a year filled with market volatility and sluggish growth.
Title: Midyear Outlook 2015: Some Assembly Required
Recently I was reminded of a life lesson I learned while studying in Australia. Twenty some years ago, I was fortunate enough to have a year left on my athletic scholarship. Because I was done with my eligibility my plan B was if I could not extend my football career professionally I would study International Business abroad.
You might think from the title this post might be about something else. Well it isn’t. I just could not resist. It is about your family, and your family’s gas but not THAT kind of gas.
Sometimes it is not what a gift is, it is the thought that counts. What matters most is the love behind a gift.
Farrall Wealth is a company of givers. All our employees contribute to our community and other causes throughout the year.
If you are at the point where you are asking how to buy a life insurance policy, then you have already made the most important financial decision, which is to take the steps to insure your family’s or loved one’s financial security. For many people, that is most likely a critical decision that has long been procrastinated.
When people warn you that having kids is expensive, it’s no joke. From diapers to food, braces to sports activities the costs add up quick. For a middle-income family in the U.S. raising a child up until age 18, costs an estimated average of $245,340 (or $304,480, adjusted for projected inflation), according to the 2013 “Cost of Raising a Child” report from the U.S.