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18Jun 2018

Nearly a third of planet Earth’s land is forest. That means from outer space the two most predominant colors you’d see are blue (the oceans) and green. The rest would mostly be various shades of brown and gray. With a human habitation of more than 7.6 billion and 4.5 billion years in the bank, Earth […]

13Jun 2018

You’ve carefully planned your overseas vacation. You know where you want to visit. You know what sights you want to see. You know whom you want to see. And you know where you will be staying. The only unknown factor in the equation is your health. How do you plan on staying healthy and what […]

06Jun 2018

Tips for Preventing Identity Theft   Protecting yourself from identity theft is essential, and in order to truly secure your financial life, you must take a number of steps. From the information you share on checks to the online passwords you create, thieves can steal your identity in a variety of ways. To help proactively […]

01Jun 2018

The signs of summer are beginning to appear: Air conditioners are humming, pools are opening, and gardens are just starting to show some activity. Nature is unfolding and temperatures are rising—along with the temptation to spend money.  Here are 3 ways to keep summer spending under control: Ride your bike instead of driving your car. […]

01Jun 2018

How to Keep Your Money in Your Family  You’ve invested your life into caring for their wellbeing. You cherish them and want them to mature into smart, healthy, successful adults. Naturally, as they become adults and grow older, your authority over them recedes. They make their own decisions, and you just hope it’s for the […]

25May 2018

Have a new college graduate? Give your loved one the gift of financial readiness. This is the time of year when college graduates prepare to make their career dreams and goals a reality. Despite their degrees, however, they may be ill equipped to face financial challenges. According to an ongoing study by the National Financial […]

25May 2018

You’ve invested your life into caring for their wellbeing. You cherish them and want them to mature into smart, healthy, successful adults. Naturally, as they become adults and grow older, your authority over them recedes. They make their own decisions, and you just hope it’s for the best. Your feelings don’t change. They are your […]

10May 2018

How Social Media Impacts Your Spending Once upon a time, “keeping up with the Joneses” meant comparing your lifestyle to your neighbors. In today’s digital world, we can compare our wealth with everyone on social media. Financial professional Mindy McIntosh talks with FOX66 Jennifer Profitt about social media pressures to overspend. READ MORE Saving for […]

19Apr 2018

Are you hoping to take a family trip this summer? The last thing you want to do is go on vacation and build up credit card debt. Financial professional Mindy McIntosh, talks with FOX66 Profitt Report about some advice on where to begin saving for that special trip. Meeting savings goals for vacation can be […]

19Apr 2018

Once upon a time, “keeping up with the Joneses” meant comparing your lifestyle to your neighbors. In today’s digital world, we can compare our wealth with everyone on social media. Financial professional Mindy McIntosh talks with FOX66 Jennifer Profitt about social media pressures to overspend. It may be tempting to want to buy things you’ve […]

04Apr 2018

Have You Financed the Retirement You Want? More than one-third of Americans have little to no money saved for retirement. Most of them are part of generation X, who were most affected by the Great Recession of 2008. They lost almost half of their net wealth during a time when they carried hefty financial obligations […]

21Mar 2018

Digital currencies, such as Bitcoin, are making headlines and some people are making small fortunes. This high-tech form of transactions is hard to fully understand, so what do you need to know as a consumer? Bitcoin is just one type of this currency, called cryptocurrencies, because it’s extraordinarily difficult to trace. That kind of security […]