Financial Planning

Cliff Notes: Peering over the Fiscal Cliff and Living to Tell the Story

The “fiscal cliff” is staring us in the face. The best chance of averting the consequences of failure to reach agreement will be in January, after the new Congress is seated. In the meantime, it is good to understand the details and to also do some planning.

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Preparing for Disaster and Preventing Financial Ruin: 5 Lessons from a Wildfire Victim

As wildfires have raged across Colorado and other parts of the country in a shockingly early and devastating fire season, families and whole communities are reeling from the destruction. Whether you are a victim of such disasters, care for people directly affected, or simply want to be more prepared, guest blogger Beth Byerlein offers first-hand lessons to help every home-owner cope with loss and reduce its financial impact.

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Book Review: Saving the Family Cottage

Saving the Family Cottage: A Guide to Succession Planning for Your Cottage, Cabin, Camp or Vacation Home (Stuart J. Hollander, Rose Hollander & David S. Fry, 3rd Edition, Nolo 2009) is a comprehensive treatment of the perils of failing to plan carefully for passing a vacation home to the next generation and beyond.

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Welcome to Mountain Money Blog

Money in the mountains—it’s a beautiful thing and it’s on my mind, especially when it’s managed well. Introducing my new blog, where you’ll find thoughts and tips on everything that impacts your financial lifestyle, business, or non-profit.

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