Student Loan Debt Limiting Careers, Marriage, Home Buying and Retirement, Survey Reveals

Terri Williams | GoodCall.com

reposted from GoodCall.com by: Terri Williams June 8, 2016   Many students pursue a college degree to obtain the necessary skills, education, and training needed to enjoy many of life’s pleasures, such as pursuing a dream job, getting engaged and married, and purchasing a home or new car. However, student loan debt has created a… Read More

7 Strategies for Helping Your Child Become Financially Independent

Andrea Murad | Entrepreneur.com

reposted from Entrepreneur.com by: Andrea Murad October 27, 2015 Life after college can be hard, especially when your child moves back home. High student loan debt and expensive rents, coupled with a low salary, can make living independently a challenge for someone just starting out. Parents can help their children get on their feet financially… Read More

Mother and Daughter, Partners in Business

Sarah Grace Mohr | Episode 27

reposted from: Daughters in Charge By: Amy Katz April 7, 2015 Podcast Theme: Mother and Daughter, Partners in Business Podcast Summary: A daughter learned how to work effectively with her mom and to make her own unique contributions to their family’s business. Featured Guest: Sarah Grace Mohr Key Quotes: “The first time I came back to the business, my… Read More

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The Best Gift from Gen 1 to Gen 2

The Goering Center

Goering Center NewsletterJanuary 15, 2015by: Mackey McNeill He is 62, the first generation. She is 40, the second generation. They are ready to make the transition from Gen 1 to Gen 2. While the challenges are many, varied and complex, the financial issues that arise in this transfer of wealth provide an underpinning of success… Read More

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Scammers Targeting Vulnerable Elderly

FoxBusiness.com

reposted from FoxBusiness.comby: Andrea MuradOctober 29, 2014 Financial fraud is devastating to everyone, but it can hit the elderly especially hard. “If you’re 20 [years old] and something happens to you financially, you have a long time to make a difference,” says Mackey McNeill, founder, president and CEO of Mackey Advisors. “If you’re older and… Read More

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Judge/Executive Elect Knochelmann Announces Task Force to Assess CVG Board Structure

BizJournals.com

reposted from Cincinnati Business CourierOctober 17, 2014 Kenton County Judge/Executive Elect Kris Knochelmann has announced the creation of a task force to develop a recommended CVG Airport board structure. The task force’s work will be reported by the end of the year to the Kenton County Fiscal Court and Northern Kentucky Legislative Caucus. “The success… Read More

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How to Buy Long-Term Care Insurance

Kiplinger.com

reposted from Kiplinger.comby: Kimberly LankfordFrom Kiplinger’s Personal Finance, November 2014   Mackey McNeill, a CPA and personal financial specialist in Bellevue, Ky., talks with clients in their fifties and early sixties about protecting their retirement savings from potential long-term-care expenses—which currently average more than $85,000 a year for a private room in a nursing home. But when McNeill turned… Read More

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Yes, you should dump him because of his poor credit score

SheKnows.com

reposted from SheKnows.comby Mary McCoy When I was in my early 20s, I fell in love with a guy who had an abysmal credit score. He was open about it, and I was willing to give him a chance. After all, love conquers all, right? Right, until he stole my social security number and financial… Read More

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A View from the Future

reposted from The Goering Center Newsletter  by: Mackey McNeill, President and CEO of Mackey Advisors   Why can’t we all see the future?  Edie Weiner, futurist, believes it is because we develop educated incapacity.  Your experience and knowledge is your greatest asset and your greatest baggage.  The bottom line is we learn too much about… Read More

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The Shutdown’s Lesson

You Need an Emergency Fund

reposted from AP.orgby: Joseph Pisani, AP Business Writer NEW YORK (AP) — Let the government shutdown serve as a wake-up call: You need an emergency fund. Thousands of government workers were out of work for more than two weeks, causing many of them to fall behind on their bills. Although they will receive back pay,… Read More