Both our respective neighborhoods were hit pretty badly by the recent snowpocalypse. Fresh off the experience, we developed a checklist to help the next time a bad winter storm blows Portland's way.
Category: Financial Planning
Resolutions aside, the beginning of a new year is always a great time to take stock of your family's finances and plan for the year ahead. Let our handy checklist walk you through some key areas.
High taxes are prompting many Portland residents to consider moving out of Multnomah County. If you're one of them, here’s a framework for weighing that decision.
High-deductible health plans have gained popularity among numerous employers. Is it worth contemplating one for yourself?
Anika was recently a guest on the Financial Crossroads podcast to talk about her contributions to Jonathan Clements' newest book, My Money Journey.
Summer is in full swing, and road trips are some of the best ways to get out and explore nature and new places.
After months in and out of the headlines, the debt ceiling issues have become a sharp focus.
You worked hard to get all your info to your CPA as soon as possible to have your taxes filed and completed by April 18th. Barring any extensions or other issues, you’ve likely received your return by now. If you’re like most people, you either celebrate the refund or bemoan the amount owed, and then move onto other things.
The recent failure of three U.S. banks has dominated news headlines for the past few weeks and has spread to Europe. Credit Suisse, Switzerland’s second largest “global systemically important bank” and latest institution teetering on collapse, was purchased by UBS in a $3.2 billion deal brokered by regulators, making it Europe’s most significant banking merger since the 2008 financial crisis.