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August 28, 2019  

Plan to LOVE Your Retirement

When people retire, many times the goal is to simply stop working. As our lifespan increases, retirement can be a time of great fulfillment if you plan well. Not planning for retirement may result in a dead end feeling when you no longer have a reason to get out of bed every morning.

Finding a passion to use your talents and skills in serving others can result in a fulfilling lifestyle and a feeling of accomplishment during this season of life.

The retirement years can be one third of your adult life. What are your plans for loving retirement? The Compass Catholic blog has more about planning for happy, fulfilling retirement years.

One step in planning is to be financially prepared. Check out our retirement calculators to review your financial readiness.

August 21, 2019  

What is a Crisis Budget and When Do I Implement it?

Sooner or later almost everyone faces a financial crisis.  A job loss, illness, birth of a special needs child, or damage from a hurricane or winter storm can all wreak havoc on your financial stability.  Plan for the unplanned by having a crisis budget. A crisis budget will help you survive economic setbacks with minimum impact to your financial stability.

This podcast shares how to create a crisis budget and when to put it into action, and be sure to check out the Compass Catholic blog on crisis budgets.

August 14, 2019  

I just graduated from college, now what?

College graduation is one of those milestones in life that need to be celebrated. And after the celebration it’s time to face a lot of planning and decisions about your future, including strategies for how to handle money, pay off the student loans, and become a financially responsible adult.

Join us for ideas and suggestions about how to get organized for your financial future.

The Compass Catholic blog has more on how to get a handle on your finances.

August 7, 2019  

Money Saving Ideas

Saving money means paying attention to both large and small opportunities. Large opportunities to save may be a bonus, refund, raise or inheritance. Small opportunities to save means paying attention to the many ways you may be wasting money on everyday items you purchase. Join us as we discuss some small ways to save those pennies.

The Compass Catholic blog has more on money saving ideas.