Financial Planning for People Who Get Married Later in Life

Paul FennerPersonal Finance

Empty Nest

Financial planning for people who get married later in life tends to be a bit more complicated due to divorce, children, debt, and assets that people who marry younger tend not to deal with.  However, anyone ready to walk down the aisle needs to pay serious considerations to both lifestyle and finances that can impact both families.  There are a … Read More

Ep.06 – Dr. JR Muldoon – Finding the Counter Balance in Life While Raising Multiple Kids and Building a Business

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Dr. JR Muldoon

Embed- Subscribe to the show on Apple Podcast |Google Podcast | Amazon Music | Spotify As someone who has dealt with migraines for most of my life, stress management has always been a critical component of managing my migraines.  But like most people with multiple kids, a demanding career or business, and a plethora of tugging priorities, managing stress can … Read More

Five reasons kids are awesome

Paul FennerLifestyle

I originally posted this piece in April 2012 after spending about 8 hours in an ER from late into the night to early into this morning with one of the triplets. I found a brief post by fellow financial field colleague  #JoshBrown head at The Reformed Broker.   Given the current pandemic and kids homeschooling, I can definitely relate to … Read More

How The Happiest People In The World Spend Their Money

Paul FennerPersonal Finance

When it comes to wealth planning, your spending plan is an overlooked component of how successful you will be in achieving your plan.  But not why you may think. Aligning your spending to what you value is one of the critical aspects of achieving your wealth management plan.  Spending on what supports your values, cost aside, helps you buy into … Read More

Ep.05 – Nick Raich – The Stock Market is Not the Economy

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Nick Raich

Subscribe to the show on Apple Podcast |Google Podcast | Amazon Music | Spotify Are you curious as to why the stock market has skyrocketed higher when the economy feels stuck in first gear during this global pandemic?  Or why, when a company reports great earnings, its stock price can go down? This week I speak with Nick Raich, Founder, … Read More

Ep.04 – Shayna Levin – Managing Twins, a Business During COVID-19, and Explaining Home & Auto Insurance

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Shayna Levin

Subscribe to the show on Apple Podcast |Google Podcast | Amazon Music | Spotify Have you ever wondered why you pay what you pay for auto and homeowners insurance, also known as property and casualty insurance?  Did you know that from a cost perspective, there is a greater emphasis on tickets and accidents, and frequency and severity, on your insurance … Read More

Ep.02 – Dr. Laura Hutchison – Parenting in the Age of COVID-19 with Compassion & Empathy

Paul FennerPodcast

Subscribe to the show on Apple Podcast |Google Podcast | Amazon Music | Spotify My guest this week is Dr. Laura Hutchison, a licensed psychologist, specializing in helping children and their families.  Laura’s private practice offers psychotherapy for children aged 2 – 12, teen girls, women, and families using a humanistic, client-centered approach.  As a Play Therapist Supervisor (RPT/S), Laura also supervises clinicians and … Read More

78 Quotes that will….

Paul FennerLife Transitions

I’m not sure where I collected the 78 quotes below over the years?  But I thought that they were worth sharing.  You never know where your source or spark of motivation will come from. There are old pilots and there are bold pilots, but there are no old, bold pilots. – Unknown The value of an investing strategy is not … Read More