If you are a Washington State resident and actively saving money for college, you’ve probably heard of Washington State’s Guaranteed Education Tuition (GET) program. The GET allows college savers to pre-pay for tuition today at a known cost per year to be used in the future, regardless of how much tuition actually costs in the future.
As your personal CFO, we're here to help you plug holes in your financial buckets. One big area to evaluate is your cash flow and monthly expenses.
This quarter continues 2016 as the year of volatility and uncertainty, what with the surprising “Brexit” vote in the UK, the dismal first few days of the year, and increased volatility across the board. So it may come as a surprise that the second quarter of 2016 eked out small positive returns for many of the U.S.
Since many pundits are weighing in on Brexit, and we’re all sure to be inundated with speculation on what the impact of this vote means, we here at Kaizen wanted to follow up with you to give you our thoughts on the financial implications.
Recently, Kaizen advisor Brook Anderson was invited to discuss financial and retirement planning on “The Money Hour” radio show with Tina Mitchell. “The Money Hour” program airs Saturday afternoons and Sunday mornings on station 1150 AM.