Posts By: Brian Tramuel

Last week I moved my son (Aaron) into his own space. Although being active in The Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (JROTC) throughout middle and high school, he entered the workforce instead of the armed forces after graduation. He is twenty years old; witty, charismatic and technically gifted. He has a great job working in a… Read Article →

I am inspired by people with natural talents and those that are able to turn their gifts into something they love while generating income and making a living. I have friends and co-workers with entrepreneurial desires; bakers, chefs, singers, songwriters, educators who all want to share their gift(s). All seemingly desiring that push, or leap… Read Article →

Creating a spending plan (budget), while very detail oriented, includes only a few basic steps; identify income, list expenses, compare income and expenses, set priorities and finally, make changes. “Attention is the rarest and purest form of generosity.” Simone Weil While developing your spending plan, the gifts and charity category should not be overlooked. We don’t… Read Article →

  Authors: Helen Davis Chaitman & Lance Gotthoffer There is a lot to unpack as Helen Davis Chaitman, a nationally recognized litigator and an expert in the field of lender liability, provides great detail on the interconnected relationships between politicians, U.S. federal prosecutors and the flow of Wall Street money to those politicians. Chaitman accomplishes… Read Article →

The energy surrounding our current political process, current election cycle & the remaining candidates for president of these United States provide many opportunities for discussion. Aside from belief, political affiliation or lack thereof, our blood runs a shared red. You would be hard pressed to change anyone’s point of view, but if you listen close… Read Article →

Of the similarities between physical fitness and financial fitness, commitment and patience remain constant. Throughout elementary, junior and high school I was active in track, football, basketball, soccer and marching band. Although not a conscious thought, exercise and fitness remained a part of my life. There were games of pick up, softball or bowling with… Read Article →

Simple Money A No-Nonsense Guide To Personal Finance Paperback: 288 pages Publisher: Baker Books (March 1, 2016) ISBN-10:0801018862 | ISBN-13: 978-0801018862 Whether you are taking your first step or you are well ahead on your pecuniary journey, Tim Maurer’s ‘Simple Money’ is a steady diet of kudos serving up great help in developing a financial plan…. Read Article →

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