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Wealth is often associated with certain highly educated professions or inheritance. However, this isn’t necessarily true. Wealth is more closely related to behavior. I’ve worked with administrative professionals who have accumulated more wealth than doctors, and beneficiaries who’ve spent their inheritance in just a few short years. Wealth can be attributed to a consistent behavioral
Hello Skyline Friends. I would like to introduce myself to you, as I am the newest member of Skyline Advisors. My name is Sarah Arnold and while I am new to Skyline, I am old to the financial industry. I attended Western Washington University from 1994 through 1999, with a year off in there somewhere.
Have you ever gone out for a run without knowing how far you would run or how long it might take? Or how about leaving on vacation without a destination or knowing the length of time you would be gone? Most likely you’ve planned these things out without even consciously making the choice to really
The initial process to begin saving for retirement, college, or general investing for wealth down the road can seem overwhelming and arduous. Many people simply don’t know where to begin, so they avoid the process altogether. Later, they look back wishing they would have started earlier or had those wasted dollars back. Here are
Maybe you have been told to really grill your prospective financial advisor. For most of us that is often just too distasteful a task. And why start a fruitful relationship on such a cynical note? Well in the below Q and A we do it for you. After all, we agree you should ask the
You sent your kid(s) off to college, now how are you going to pay for it? While you are paying your rent or a home mortgage, paying your household bills and trying to save for retirement, the additional cost to send your kids to college seems unsurmountable. The College Board, a non-profit that helps students
On September 7, 2017, Equifax announced what it describes as a “cybersecurity incident” involving consumer information affecting up to 143 million customers. Equifax is one of the big three credit reporting agencies and holds vital records that may have been compromised including names, Social Security numbers, birth dates, addresses, and in some instances, driver’s license
The Vanguard Group has long been considered a company squarely in the investor’s corner in part because of its ground-breaking research into low cost index funds done back in the 1970’s by its founder John C. Bogle. Vanguard has produced research since 2001 pointing out how an advisor using Vanguard Advisor’s Alpha Strategy can add
In the May 7th , 2017 edition of the Wall Street Journal a reporter, Andrea Fuller, tried to find her investment fees from a large investment house. She was passed around many times and given incorrect information again and again. Her article was hilarious but for being at her expense in time and lost trust.