February 4, 2019

How to Avoid a Carnival Cash Burn Out?

Coming out from the cash exhausting, end-of-year holiday season, and straight into the ‘pay-off-your-credit-card’, and ‘clear-your-debt’ months, we must have a financial plan in place if we wish to participate in this year’s Carnival season, comfortably.                               Let’s be real, many of us cannot go to every fete, every ‘pump’, still play J’ouvert and ‘jump-up’ in the most popular ‘Mas’ bands; although some of us do, […]
February 1, 2019

World Cancer Day 2019

February 4th 2019, is observed as World Cancer Day. This health awareness day is led by the Union for International Cancer Control, a global consortium of more than 470 cancer-fighting organizations in over 120 countries.   We all are touched/ affected by this global epidemic in some way and this day is used to raise awareness and education about cancer and encourage its prevention and treatment. A reported, 9.6 million people die from cancer every year. It is the second-leading […]
January 21, 2019

Ultimate Guide to Financial Stress Relief

At some points in our lives many of us experience signs of financial stress or worry. Whether it is a child struggling to save enough money to purchase a gift, or an adult avoiding debt, paying bills on time and making ends meet, we all experience varying level of stress at one time or another.   Financial stress stems from: too much debt not earning enough money the expense of raising kids differing views about how to manage finances the […]
January 17, 2019

Planning for your Retirement

What You Need to Get Started: Retirement Plan Basics                   Step 1. When do you want to retire? ________________________________________________ While typically we think of 65 as the common retirement age, today’s longer average lifespans make it less feasible to retire so soon. Many people may have to—and will be able to—work many more years past the age of 65. Whatever your retirement age goal is, be sure to plan for all the […]