A lot of my clients fret over a large one-time expense–a once-in-a-lifetime vacation, a huge home remodel, a fancy electric car–and waste much less angst on their monthly expenses. Turns out, they’ve got it backwards.
Flow is two years old today. Starting and growing the firm has been stressful, invigorating, challenging, educational (boy howdy), gratifying, ego-stroking, ego-crushing, and validating.Continue reading
I am one of about five people in the United States who doesn’t have a Netflix subscription. During the last month, however, I had a free trial. Now that it’s over, I once more have time and brain power to do something other than binge watch Marvel superhero shows and “Dexter.”
The Netflix trial proved to me, yet again, that I have no self-control when it comes to watching screens. Honestly, my behavior in the last month disappointed me. “Surely I should be able to resist! What is wrong with me?” Continue reading
What should I do with my stock options?
How much house should I buy?
How much should I be saving?
Is this idea crazy?
Having a professional invest your money is not about beating the market. It’s about beating what you’d do on your own.
Roboadvisors are so 2015. Roboadvisors for women are what all the cool kids are talking about in 2016. Roboadvisors are, at the core, software. So, can this software be designed to serve women better?Continue reading
We have all become accustomed to frictionless spending. To our detriment. Thank you, Amazon One-click, Prime, and Dash! Continue reading
“529s, sure. State-tax deduction, okay. But really, How much should I save?”
I love Betterment and Wealthfront. These two companies, among the most popular of the independent “robo advisors,” provide a passively managed, super-low cost,Continue reading