Many of us are setting goals and resolutions for the New Year! Some will pledge to exercise more while others may try and give up old habits. But what about financial goals? Let me show you a few ways to save more money, pay off debts, and structure their budget in 2019.
We’re about half-way through the year, and the summer months can be a good time to take a look at your financial fitness. Are you still on track with savings and retirement goals? Paul Durso from Insight Folios shares some advice for a financial checkup.
The great debate, do I save for retirement or help my kids pay for college. Watch Charlie Bowers discuss this and give some great advice on how you can do both.
See what Paul Durso thinks about giving gifts for graduation here on WBTV. Don’t over give or under give this graduation season.
Paul Durso from Durso Capital explains how the Jobs and Tax Act of 2017 have changed the deductibility of children.
Turkey, pumpkin pie and family, that’s why we love Thanksgiving, so let’s use this time together to have important conversations!
While most fans are thinking about peanuts and crackerjacks, we should also be thinking about the errors we’re making with our money.
Here is something to spook you this Halloween. Most Americans have less than $1,000 in their savings accounts and the number of people with more credit card debt than savings is growing.
Who makes up the perfect fantasy team when it comes to your finances?
The Olympics are about to start in Rio, and while all of us watch and read about the athletes competing for gold — we can be learning some valuable lessons, too.