COVID’s Financial Toll Isn’t What You Think

By Erin Wood, Senior Vice President, Financial Planning and Advanced Solutions Just a few years ago, Rose retired with a decent-sized 401(k). With some careful budgeting and a part-time job, her retirement finances were on track. Rose was looking forward to traveling, reigniting her passion …
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What’s the Deal with this Market Volatility?

If anything has changed in the financial picture — e.g., longer or shorter working hours, inheritances received or forfeited — “we need to come in, … rerun your numbers, making sure you’re appropriately invested for what it is you’re trying to accomplish

Author’s advice on work-life balance isn’t just for business owners

By Steve Jordon / World-Herald staff writer Ron Carson grew up on a farm, and his father taught him and his sister how to work hard — namely, all the time. He followed that workaholic path when he started his advice business, but his personal life suffered.

Carson: Advisors Failing Clients

In their new book, The Sustainable Edge: 15 Minutes a Week to a Richer Entrepreneurial Life, released this week, top advisors Ron Carson and Scott Ford share their disciplines and career successes to help business owners achieve a better work-life balance. But the book also takes shots at t …
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