Financial Education Resources

Recent ACP Member Blogs

  • Three years ago,I wrote about my lifelong passion (some would say obsession) for spare change. This dates back to counting the spare change and “egg money” in my grandmother’s chipped gravy boat in the 70’s. Today, this is the spare change stash in my office: But here in the 21st century, especially during a pandemic, I []
  • The very human desire to not think about uncomfortable things is understandable. However, when it comes to estate planning, people not only have to consider death, in some cases, they also have to think about a different kind of life.  Your estate and estate planning documents are as subject to change as anything else in your [] ©Bring Clarity to Your Finances™. Estate Planning Includes Disability Planning is a post from Bring Clarity to Your Finances™
  • I saw a tweet the other day about Warren Buffett calling his stockbroker in the 1970s. The story went something like he told the broker to bid at a price which the seller refused, saying the price was too low, and then […]
  • Budgeting is all about planning and saving for the future, right? Perhaps. Real Simple offers a way to approach budgeting that goes in the opposite direction in Why Backward Budgeting is the Key to Making a Money Plan You Can Actually Stick To. Years ago, financial experts advised to examine all of their receipts for [] ©Bring Clarity to Your Finances™. The Back-to-the-Future Budget is a post from Bring Clarity to Your Finances™
  • This post discusses the sensitive topic of domestic violence. October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Domestic violence can take different forms and show up in different populations. One of these populations is teenagers. On the eve of the start of October, CNBC published Nearly one-third of tees relationships show sings of financial abuse [] ©Bring Clarity to Your Finances™. Financial Abuse Affects Teens is a post from Bring Clarity to Your Finances™