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What Preparing to Go the Distance (140.6 Miles, That Is) Is Teaching Me About Financial Planning

contributed by Nathan Gehring I hesitate to write this blog post. I’ve thought about it for some time, but haven’t wanted to put these thoughts to paper. There’s a sense of bravado and horn-tooting to this. But I’ve decided to

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Making Priorities a Reality

contributed by Steph Schief In recent years, our culture seems to have grown more and more focused on self-improvement. People are daring to grab books, ask questions, and seek wisdom for the sake of their own personal dreams becoming personal

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The Allure of Cross-Border Financial Planning

contributed by Nathan Gehring My return to KeatsConnelly has surprised me. Even though I had spent nearly two years working here previously, I had forgotten just how different cross-border financial planning can be compared to conventional financial planning. There’s something

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The Financial Benefits of Sacrifice

contributed by Nathan Gehring                   There’s are many interesting parallels between exercise and financial behavior. Last week’s blog post, What I (Re)Learned About Finances While Running a Tough Mudder and Spartan Race, explored one of these parallels. This week, I offer

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What I (Re-)Learned About Finances While Running a Tough Mudder & Spartan Race

Contributed by Nathan Gehring I spent this past weekend running a Tough Mudder race on Saturday and a Super Spartan Race on Sunday. A reenergizing weekend it was not, but it was a ton of fun! I had spent the

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Small specific goals

Contributed by Rachel Stever,  The holiday season is behind us but spring has not quite sprung, warm weather in central Arizona notwithstanding. A few weeks ago Renee wrote about how she sets New Year’s goals. Last year I wrote about how

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Goal Setting for 2014!

Contributed by Renée Bellefeuille, RP®, It’s hard to believe another year has come and gone.   Of course like most people, I keep asking myself where this past year went.  I am thinking about the upcoming year and what I would

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