Dollars and Sense: Teaching Financial Literacy

I recently had the privilege to work with a writer, Jes Lyons, from Main Line Parent Magazine to contribute to her article focused on financial literacy for children. We don’t want our children worrying about money — we want them enjoying their childhoods. But financial literacy should be part of their education. Even if you’re […]

Spotlight on one of Radnor’s finest volunteer boards – CARFAC

Article from “Wayne Living” Magazine, February 2017 by Elaine P. Schaefer. One of the most remarkable qualities of Radnor Township that sets it apart from many other communities is the incredible number of smart, engaged and generous residents who volunteer for our numerous and varied boards and commissions. These extraordinary, ordinary citizens give their time, effort and expertise to […]

Use Your Tax Refund To Grow Your Nest Egg

According to the Internal Revenue Service, the average tax refund for 2015 was $3,120. It is forecasted that the average tax refund will be even higher for 2016.1 Continual increases in tax refund amounts indicates that many individuals are paying the government money that they could have benefited from throughout the year if their finances […]

FAFSA: Is It Worth Your Time?

Absolutely. For most parents, college funding is central to your financial life. It is one of the largest investments you’ll make as your child becomes an adult. You’re expecting to pay for four years of college, but don’t be surprised if extra time is required for your child to complete his degree. He may even […]

Did You Know That Your Child Could Graduate from College Only to Discover That a Robot Has Filled Her Dream Job?

How can you prevent this from happening? Anticipate and act now. Reexamine the career plan you are designing with your child. As you help her determine a viable career path, factor in the acceleration of robotics.   Technology is devaluing education Automation and big data will affect jobs across industries for a wide range of […]