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Financial Planning for Divorce

By Jenna Tranel | February 12, 2018
Disagreements about money are often one of the leading causes of divorce. Money can make the process of untangling a couples’ shared financial plan difficult and ugly for both parties. With the assistants of a CDFA, a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst also known as a Divorce Financial Planner, the process of divorce can be more… View Article
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8 Simple College Financial Planning Strategies

By Jenna Tranel | January 22, 2018
Make a Plan for College College financial planning requires foresight, research, vigilance, timing, and an understanding of strategies, options and applicable laws. While that may sound complex, much of the detail can be categorized and simplified into these 8 simple college financial planning strategies. 1. Start Early If You Can Parents should start early by… View Article
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Why Family Financial Planning is Important for Young Couples

By Jenna Tranel | January 3, 2018
Family financial planning is essential to getting the great start all young couples hope for. You bring to your relationship dreams for a long and happy union. As well, each of you brings a unique set of financial challenges, benefits, and priorities to talk about and address. These can include: Student loans Vehicle loans Credit… View Article
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3 Estate Planning Tips You Need To Know

By Jenna Tranel | December 28, 2017
Financial planning serves as a good guide for the growth and maintenance of your assets in pursuit of your financial goals throughout your lifetime, but what happens to your assets and your dependents after you die, or in the event you become unable to make decisions? An estate plan, as a component of a financial… View Article
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Investment Planning Made Simple

By Jenna Tranel | December 22, 2017
Investment planning is not as daunting as it may sound. It’s all about establishing a path and a routine. The rewards of simple investment planning are worth it. You follow simple plans all day long. When you awake in the morning, you know where your first hour of your day will take you. As your… View Article
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Tranel Awarded For Financial Excellence at Money Concepts Annual Conference

By Jenna Tranel | September 27, 2017
In July of 2017, several employees of the Tranel Financial Group were awarded for their excellence and achievement in the area of wealth management and financial planning. These honors were awarded to their recipients at the Money Concepts 2017 Financial Planning Congress held in Charleston, South Carolina. In addition to recognizing excellence throughout the financial… View Article
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How to Invest Without Stress

By Jenna Tranel | August 18, 2017
Decisions regarding how to invest may result in stress, but how stressful your investment experience becomes is entirely up to you. That said, here are 4 primary investment stressors and how you can avoid or mitigate them: Decisions regarding how to invest may result in stress, but how stressful your investment experience becomes is entirely up… View Article
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Avoid These 4 Fear-Related Risks to Retirement Investing

By Jenna Tranel | July 24, 2017
Franklin Delano Roosevelt relayed his deep understanding of how fear itself is a risk and can lead to irrational action when, in a time of extreme uncertainty and war, he advised the nation that we “have nothing to fear but fear itself.” That same wisdom applies to retirement investing. Here are 4 fear-related risks to… View Article
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Financial Life Planning

By Jenna Tranel | July 19, 2017
Our personal lives and our finances are interdependent. Striking the proper balance between living a full life, and planning for a secure future takes some contemplation about how you live, what matters to you now, and what will matter to you then. The good news is, you can pursue the life you want to live… View Article