Prepare for Impact: You’re 55-Years-Old and Broke


Imagine you’re in the following predicament. You’re 55-years-old. You don’t own your home, you rent. You also have less than $1,000 in the bank, no retirement savings, and no pension. On the bright side, though, you’re employed, have little consumer debt, and are relatively healthy. Is a decent retirement possible given these circumstances? It is. … [Read more…]

Are You FI-Curious?


Have you ever driven by a church advertising the start of Financial Peace University classes and found yourself wanting to sign up? Do you feel guilty about going out with your co-workers for lunch every workday and dropping $8-$10? When you meet someone who is under 50 and retired, do you find yourself racked with … [Read more…]