Potential of Social Networking
Thought I would share a great article in the latest edition of Psychotherapy Networker that explores the potential of social networks. I found it to be an inspiring piece and it got me to wondering how you other members are using these social technologies in your work as researchers, educators,...
September 27, 2010Read More >
Guidelines for Participating in Employer Contribution Savings Programs
What guidelines are accepted for how to save/invest in company-contribution savings programs such as 401Ks when the person changes jobs every 2-5 years? Are strategies different than when you expect to invest in the same 401K (or similar vehicle) over 10-15 years? What do you need to know in terms...
May 13, 2010Read More >
How vs. What
When was the last time you focused on the "how" instead of the "what" of your practice? As financial educators and counselors, we often find our practice revolves around providing answers and information to those we serve. After all, bad advice or inaccurate information could mean financial ruin for someone....
February 09, 2010Read More >
New Year’s Resolution
How many of you have made progress on those New Year's resolutions? And more importantly, how many of your clients or program participants have? What are people doing that results in their making progress toward a resolution or goal? How is that different than what those not making progress are...
February 04, 2010Read More >
Effects of Unemployed Teens
Unemployment for Americans aged 16 to 19 is at an all time high – 27%. It’s a segment of our workforce that has been hard hit by the recession, yet largely overlooked. Though unemployment among adults is a pressing matter, the long term affects of unemployment among our youth is...
January 26, 2010Read More >
Free Income Tax Assistance Tool
Please be aware of a new tool that helps clients find free income tax assistance anywhere in the nation: http://extension.missouri.edu/hes/taxed/vitasites.htm The search tool allows you to narrow your search to a state and the counties and cities within that state. Andrew Zumwalt, M.S. Director of the MoTax Education Initiative University...
January 20, 2010Read More >
Reaching Out to New Audiences
The importance of financial education cannot be overstated, especially in preparation for life changing events such as marriage. The research shows that conflicts regarding finances is still the leading factor to divorce. What ideas and proven techniques can you share to help reach pre-marital clients so that they are armed...
October 26, 2009Read More >
What has Triggered a Change in Your Financial Behavior?
Think about what has triggered a change in your financial behavior or for someone else. Let's see if we can find some themes. Who knows what we might come up with. Glenn Muske 2009 AFCPE President September 02, 2009
September 02, 2009Read More >