We believe that financial success will lead us to happiness. There’s the adage: “money can’t buy happiness” and broadly speaking, I agree with that. But, there’s no ignoring that financial stress is cited as the leading cause of divorce. Tragically, financial loss or instability has led people and families down destructive paths. While money may not buy happiness, financial stability and comfort is a crucial ingredient for most in finding that happiness. That’s why you’re here reading this article. That’s why I’m here writing it – and crucially – why I am a financial advisor.
Happy New Year! I hope our clients and readers had a wonderful holiday and are excited to enter 2017. A New Year brings new opportunities to get a hold of your financial life. Many people want to improve their financial well-being, but are unsure of effective ways to go about doing that. In this week’s post I’ve compiled some suggestions for how to make positive moves on your finances in the New Year. Treat these as your new financial resolutions.