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Author Archives: Laurie Nordquist
It’s a given that earning power is higher with a college degree. Yet, depending on the career path, the return on a college investment can look attractive or a bit iffy. We have three kids in college right now. Fortunately, … Continue reading
Plan for the worst, hope for the best. Sage advice for all of us on many fronts, yet, planning for the worst is not how I am wired. I am optimistic by nature and use the glass is half full … Continue reading
In previous posts, I’ve mentioned that my husband and I are dealing with empty nesters’ syndrome. We have more free time now that our kids are out of the house, but struggle with what we should actually do with it. … Continue reading
Planning for retirement and investing is a lot like sailing and the markets can be unpredictable like the wind. But no matter how choppy the water or how off course you may find yourself, you must continue with confidence and … Continue reading
Taking action toward any long-term goal can be daunting. The results can seem intangible and the rewards seemingly non-existent. However, taking steps to retirement in order to build a sizable nest egg should be a top financial priority for anyone … Continue reading
While we might all tire from telemarketers calling at dinner time to ask for dollars or our opinion, most of us welcome a call from a friend, family or colleague asking our opinion. I don’t reach out as often as … Continue reading
When do qualify for old? Is it based on age or attitude? My age still rounds down to 50, I certainly don’t feel old. Yet I remember when my parents were 50 and they seemed ancient. I do believe that … Continue reading
In previous posts, I’ve mentioned that my husband and I have more free time now that our kids are out of the house and we have an empty nest. We still have two in college so we need to be … Continue reading