Health Care Reform Here to Stay

If there were any lingering doubts about the long-term sustainability of the Affordable Care Act (also known as the ACA or Obamacare), a recent Supreme Court ruling assured the health care overhaul is here to stay. Not only does the King v. Burwell ruling handed down by Chief Justice John Roberts put the ACA on …

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Keep Calm and Carry On

During World War II, the British government used a poster campaign to help the general public prepare for and deal with the realities of war on their personal lives. The first poster was encouraging: “Your Courage, Your Cheerfulness, Your Resolution will Bring Us Victory.” The second was a bit menacing: “Freedom is in Peril.” The …

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Three Important Financial Conversations To Have – Talking With Your Partner Or Spouse

We all know there are conversations in our lives that we dread having. There are also topics we try to completely avoid…. You know, like never talk religion or politics at family gatherings and the like. This being my first Blog post I have decided to start with a topic that I feel is one …

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Advanced Retirement Strategies

We all know there are a lot of things going on in our economic environment right now that make for somewhat of an uncertain future regarding the direction of our economy, especially looking onto our retirement years. With potential rising interest rates, national debt, inflation coming at us with the possibility of having higher taxes …

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Seattle’s Minimum Wage (Part 1)

Seattle has been given a label as one of the nation’s fastest growing states, and rightfully so. With the birth of companies such as Boeing, Microsoft, and Starbucks, we are a state that has a lot of expansion to look forward to. As some of you reading this may know, I am lucky enough to …

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