Everything, Everywhere, All at Once

It’s not just the title of the Oscar-winning movie, it’s an apt description of how it feels to live right now. The movie deals with the ‘multiverse’, where anything and everything is possible, and takes place at the same time. These days, the rise of A.I. tools to...

What SVB’s Collapse Means for Your Money

In like a lion, out like a lamb – that’s what they say about March.And this year it’s as true as ever, as we recently saw the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank and the subsequent government response. It has many savers and investors wondering if something similar could...

20 seconds can change habits

As we reach the three-year mark since the implementation of pandemic restrictions and lockdowns, it’s worth reflecting on how your financial habits may have evolved during this time. With recent reports of “revenge spending” becoming increasingly...

Don’t Get Fooled Again

It’s a fact: average life spans are significantly longer than they used to be. While this is undoubtedly a good thing, it does mean that the amount you’ll need to save to ensure a comfortable retirement is substantially more than required by previous generations. As...

In defense of doing things last-minute

Can you answer yes to any of these questions: Do you buy your Valentines on Feb. 14th? Are you putting off your taxes until closer to April 18th? Do you play football for the Kansas City Chiefs? Then you might be the kind of person who accomplishes things at the last...