Northington Blog

2.29.16

PlanForComfort: Clearing Financial Hurdles on the Road to Retirement

When associates bid you a long and healthy retirement, you do not want to be worrying about how your bills will get paid. Here’s how to get started planning for that day now.

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2.15.16

PlanForComfort: Six Questions to Ask Older Parents

As your parents age, they may become increasingly reliant on adult children to help them manage their money. Here are some questions to help you get the conversation started.

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2.1.16

PlanForComfort: 3 Financial Mistakes During a Divorce

Northington Investment Group, the place to be to get educated, to feel empowered, and to received certified divorce financial planning here in the state of Arkansas.

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1.19.16

PlanForComfort: The Importance of Emergency Savings

Many financial experts recommend setting aside enough money to cover three to six months’ worth of expenses in the event of a major financial surprise.

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1.6.16

PlanForComfort, Are You Prepared to Retire?

True, there is widespread concern about at least one traditional source of income for retirees — Social Security. Under current conditions, Social Security funds could fall short of needs by 2033.

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12.28.15

PlanForComfort: What is a Health Care Proxy?

A health care proxy allows you to designate a person who can make medical decisions for you in the event that you are too seriously incapacitated through illness or injury to make those decisions yourself.

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12.16.15

PlanForComfort: Meet Jocelyn Stotts, Divorce Lawyer, Little Rock, Arkansas

As a Certified Divorce Financial Planner, I was so excited to be able to interview my friend, trusted referral partner Jocelyn Stotts, Attorney at Kamps & Stotts, PLLC located right here in Little Rock, Arkansas.   Jocelyn is a specialty trained Collaborative Divorce Attorney who in partnership with Mental Health, & Certified Divorce Financial Analyst® like […]

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12.8.15

PlanForComfort: Are You Prepared to Retire?

Whatever “retirement” means to you, you’ll need to design a financial plan suited to your specific vision of the future.

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11.30.15

PlanForComfort: I’m a Single Parent. How Can I Get Ahead Financially?

Single parents can get ahead financially by identifying their goals, budgeting carefully, reducing debt, and taking advantage of tax-advantaged accounts.

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11.23.15

PlanForComfort: Evaluating Professional Advice: 11 Questions to Answer Before You Commit

Professional advisors differ in their philosophy, processes, services, education, experience, and their ability to add value. Here are questions that can help you make a good choice.

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