Good Financial Reads: Checking in with Your Resolutions at Mid-Year, A More Effective Way to Manage Cash, and More

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June 24, 2016

Good Financial Reads 06.24.16

Following along with the blogs of financial advisors is a great way to access valuable, educational information about finance — and it doesn’t cost you a thing! Our financial planners love to share their knowledge and help everyone regardless of age or assets.

Catch up on some of the latest posts with this week's roundup:


Checking in with Your Resolutions at Mid-Year

by Michael Solari, Solari Financial Planning

It’s June already, but doesn’t it feel like you just made your New Year’s resolutions? We are halfway through 2016, so now is a great time to check in with your goals and make sure you’re hitting the mark.

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A More Effective Way to Manage Your Cash

by Scott Frank, Stone Steps Financial

If you have ever tried to maintain a monthly budget, you know that it can be a daunting exercise that is difficult to maintain. While many people choose to create household budgets, I have found this method of cash management to be less than ideal for a few reasons:

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How to Leverage Your Employer Incentive Plans to Meet Your Money Goals

by Mary Beth Storjohann, Workable Wealth

Incentive is one of the driving forces in the world. If someone, somewhere is doing something, chances are they’ve been incentivized.

Nowhere is that more apparent than in the workforce. Whether it’s salary, benefits or workplace perks, the companies who offer the best incentives tend to attract the best employees.

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The Simple Path to Wealth

by Matt Becker, Mom & Dad Money

Today I’d like to tell you about a book that my friend Jim Collins has just released and that I think is worth reading by just about anyone interested in improving their financial situation.

It’s called The Simple Path to Wealth and it covers investing and the road to financial independence, but not in the way that most books talk about these things.

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