I’m retired from teaching, now what?

This new phase of life can bring a sea of emotions, and many of them can be unexpected. However when it comes to planning what to do with your time – which can span decades – it pays to put some deliberate thought into it.

I’m being RIFfed, what do I do?

If you are new to the world of teaching, being RIFfed is one of the most soul-destroying things that can happen to you. What do you do when that time comes?

How teachers should navigate a second marriage

When a second marriage occurs, there are some things that need to be addressed. But being a teacher adds another layer on those discussions.

The Sterlings (Part 10): The only goals that matter are your own

Sound financial planning starts with setting goals based on what you want out of life—not someone else’s idea of success.

The Sterlings (Part 9): Investing for different goals

Money can’t buy happiness, but it can help you achieve your goals—when invested with a purpose. But, how do you invest for different goals all at the same time?

The Sterlings (Part 8): Between You and the Big Mistake

Whether you think you’ve got the Midas touch when it comes to investments or are prone to fearfully reacting to price swings, trusting in your financial advisor’s process can prevent most disastrous decisions.

The Sterlings (Part 2): Intentionally Designing Your Finances

“Spending and Saving with a Purpose” – you won’t meet your goals unless you treat this seriously.

The Sterlings (Part 1): Our Financial Story

How do you manage to save for multiple future expenses and anticipate every outcome? You can’t.

Should the economy impact my investment approach? [VIDEO]

I get a lot of questions about the economy from clients and visitors to my website. While I try and explain the issues, I’ve brought someone who’s more qualified to provide some answers.

Can money buy happiness? If yes, how much? [TED TALK]

If you want to be happier about your relationship with money and more productive in general, spend it on other people.