How to Find a Financial Planner (for Non-Millionaires)

 

~posted by Ann G.

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Photo Credit: The Irish Labour Party

Getting your finances in order can seem daunting, especially if you are not wealthy.  You know that most of us are in very good company in wondering how to get good financial advice at lower (!) incomes if you consider that a household income of $450,000 a year puts you in the top 1% and many financial planners consider a portfolio “small” if it has less than half a million dollars in it! Continue reading “How to Find a Financial Planner (for Non-Millionaires)”

Sense and Sustainability Programs at the Capitol Hill Branch

coins-by-cc-attribution-license-joe-shlabotnikWe’re probably all searching for the magic bullet when it comes to the economy. And while there’s not much that we can do on a macro level, we just might be able to change things on our own personal micro level. Where do we start? A good place would be the Personal Finance program at the Capitol Hill branch on Thursday night, April 9th, 6-7:30 as part of the spring series, “Sense and Sustainability.” You’ll get the scoop on managing your money from Becky House, counselor for American Financial Solutions, a non-profit agency which is a division of the North Seattle Community College Foundation. But if you can’t make it, many personal finance gurus beckon us.

To get you motivated, try any of the books of that publishing dynamo, Suze Continue reading “Sense and Sustainability Programs at the Capitol Hill Branch”