Mindful Spending

By: Carrie Casden If you are like me, I won’t be sad to end 2020 and start 2021.  This year has been bananas!!  Now with the holidays upon us, we have a heightened desire for some sense of normalcy since we have been in such an extended period of...

3 Places to Save Money Around the Holidays

You know the holidays are right around the corner and you should begin your festive budgeting sooner rather than later for the next three months. However, if you’re like most of us, the prospect of limiting your spending the next few months can come as a bit of...

6 Ways to Help Your Elderly Parents With Finances

By: Venessa Worthington Whatever age your parents are, it’s never too soon to begin talking with them about their finances. You want to be sure your parents are well taken care of, so it’s vital to check in with them on their money situation. Here are six...

Before and During College: Help Your Student Avoid Credit Card Traps

By: Tom Melecki There’s nothing inherently wrong with college students having credit cards. In fact, 56% of them posses at least one. But help your student beware of all those offers from banks and other credit card providers at this time of year. After all, a...
Co-parenting & Divorce in the Age of Covid 19

Co-parenting & Divorce in the Age of Covid 19

Key takeaways:Focusing on the three C’s – Cooperation, Communication & ConsiderationReducing fears related to Custody & AlimonyHow being adaptable & flexible during uncertain times can work in your favorAbout Laura: Attorney Laura A....
Shifting Your Parenting Mindset During COVID19

Shifting Your Parenting Mindset During COVID19

Parents can dial down the pressure on themselves and their children. Setting reasonable expectations and focusing on helpful strategies is key in reducing stress and fostering a safe and comfortable atmosphere for your family. how to talk to children about covid19 and...
New traditions to create stability in new circumstances

New traditions to create stability in new circumstances

Children (and families) thrive on regularity and yet, everyone’s daily life is being turned upside down and promises to remain so for some time to come. Add to that the fact that no one is certain what the “new normal” will be and families...
Financial Aid In The Days Of The Coronavirus Emergency

Financial Aid In The Days Of The Coronavirus Emergency

This webcast will review steps taken by the federal government to help make your federal student loan payments more affordable during this unprecedented national emergency. If you’re still a postsecondary student, it’ll also review some measures Congress...
Divorce and Co-Parenting in the Time of COVID-19

Divorce and Co-Parenting in the Time of COVID-19

Tips for keeping it together during these stressful timesLisa Zeiderman, Esq., CFL, CDFA®, will discuss divorce and co-parenting in the time of COVID-19.Don’t miss her tips for keeping it together during these stressful times. About Lisa: Ms. Zeiderman, a...