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Coronavirus tips: for mind, body, and spirit

March 18, 2020 Written by Tara Bruce, Goodwin Investment Advisory’s, Creative Brand Manager. (plus, certified life coach) Let’s be real. Right now -- we are living in stressful times with a global pandemic, an uncertain economic state, earth shutting down, and the unknown effects all of this will have. But, in the meantime lets [...]

5 Consumer advocates you should follow

Consumer Advocates If you want to win with money, then you should start following at least one consumer advocate. At Goodwin Investment Advisory, we like and recommend Dave Ramsey, Rachel Cruze, Anthony Oneal, Suze Orman, and the Millennial Money Man. We shared a brief description of each below along with resources they provide and [...]

What is work-life balance? And, are we searching for the wrong thing?

Jordan Raynor, author of Called to Create proclaims, “You can’t open Twitter or Instagram without seeing someone talking about “work-life balance.” It seems like all of us are searching for this elusive ideal.” Are we searching for the wrong thing? Jordan goes on to say, “There are two things that have long bothered me about our collective [...]

Is a second job really worth it?

Whatever the reason, a second job is often the most sensible solution for solving a serious financial problem. However, before you take on another role, consider whether it’s going to be the difference maker that you need it to be.  

4 ways to maximize your employee benefits

While understanding your employee benefits may be the to-do you keep putting off, if you don’t make time, there’s no way to know what all you might be missing. So, here are the four things you absolutely need to do to fully use your employee benefits. 

Do you really need a financial advisor?

Financial independence doesn't necessarily mean independently making financial decisions. Instead, it's about working toward your bigger, better future by relying on the assets and resources at your disposal. So, before you decide whether or not you need a financial advisor, here are three things you should consider. 

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