Welcome Quintin Schellenger
The Arkansas Financial Group would like to welcome our summer intern, Quintin Schellenger. Quintin is a senior at Texas Tech studying personal financial planning. He grew up mainly in Northern Virginia before moving to Texas for college. He chose Texas…
The Two Happiest Days in a Boat Owner’s Life
Buying a boat may be the realization of your dream. Many people long for something to call their own. But what happens when reality sets in?
Things to Think About as Your Senior Graduates from High School
by Ralph Broadwater, MD, CFP®, AIF® My wife and I will become “empty nesters” this August when our younger son, Michael heads off to college. Long before I was even married I had tucked away a wise article that captured…
Spring Cleaning for Your Finances
The arrival of spring is not only a perfect time to deep clean your house, it is also a great time to organize and de-clutter your financial papers.
Retirement: Suggestions for Sharpening Your Saw
The classic Stephen Covey “sharpen your saw” habit encourages a lifelong commitment to self-renewal. Retirement is no time to stop!
Rule of 28 is dead
Our guest blogger, Sarah Catherine Gutierrez, CFP®, has her master’s in public policy from the Harvard Kennedy School and is founder and partner of Aptus Financial in Little Rock. Think smaller on affordability We officially declare that as of April…
Bigger Paychecks in 2018?
Use this calculator to verify your withholding so there are no April surprises!
Itemization Under the New Tax Law
The only one of the three areas of Itemized Deductions that you can control is Charitable Contributions. We have some thoughts on this.
Over 70½ and have an IRA? You should read this!
The new tax laws may change your use of Qualified Charitable Deductions.
The Intersection of Frugal and Green
Being a good conservationist can lead to more “green” in your pocket.