Money Talks: Wedding finances

Christine on WCAX talks about wedding finances. Read article

New Chip Technology will Change Your Credit Cards!

New technology can make credit cards more secure and safer for our personal information. Read article

What “Non-Traditional” Couples Need to Protect Their Future

Over 50% of couples today are considered “non-traditional”: they live together, but aren’t married, are committed but don’t live together, or have had a civil union, but aren’t married.

New couples must take steps to work together financially and plan for the future. Continue Reading

Rich or Poor?

Listen here for how your cash may be affected by your past. And by your current language around money. Rich or Poor?

MoneyPeace on the Radio

Listen here on Money and Couples and how women and men perceive money differently…. Let me know what you think. jim weiss august 15 part two

Financial Wellness and Parenting

Check out this new podcast on Financial Wellness and Parenting….

Helping Others: Young Adults

I just got a call from a client who I have worked with over the years. Today she sounded especially stressed as she requested my help for a few minutes. I assured her I had some time and would be happy to help. Marie started rambling that she needed to help her daughter Amy decide Read More

The Magic of the Season

Holidays bring to mind special activities, shopping and the giving spirit of the season. We also tend to over schedule, over commit and over spend. This is a note on holiday value – getting the most for your gift giving dollar. I decided to ask people. “What is your favorite gift?” seems like a simple Read More

Attitude of Gratitude: Thanksgiving Wishes

Attitude of gratitude Is cultivated by an appreciation of the little things. This approach will make your life richer, fuller and create an element of surprise in everyday. I have been trying to implement this approach full time. I want to share it with you in hopes you can learn more about gratitude this Thanksgiving Read More

Organizing Snag

Reviewing data websites seemed an easy task. As you can see by my delay in getting to you, I have run into some snags. However, I will continue on my exploration path as I am excited to find options that may work to organize finances. My first review is of Personal Capital. I heard about Read More

Christine D. Moriarity, CFP