We hope you have enjoyed the first year of the Halpern Financial blog. As we look back on 2015, a year where we received a record amount of media attention and started regularly publishing our own articles, we wanted to revisit some of the best posts of the year. Enjoy!
Ted Halpern and Melissa Sotudeh weigh in on the value financial advisors can bring to clients.
7/30/2015, Wall Street Journal
Our Portfolio Manager, Kirsty Peev, CFP®, was quoted by the Wall Street Journal in a piece about how the upcoming rising rate environment is causing some financial advisers to panic and sell high-yield bond ETFs.
10/16/2015, Martinis and Your Money
Wealth Advisor and CFP® Melissa Sotudeh appeared on the Martinis and Your Money podcast for a conversation with Shannon McLay about all of the factors that go into college funding.
Must-Read Posts from the Halpern Financial Blog
Multiple studies have shown that when you swipe a card as opposed to physically giving away cash, you tend to spend more. This is nothing new. But have you ever considered how the tendency to spend electronically without really thinking about it could help your finances as opposed to harming them?
As an investor you should examine every cost associated with your financial life.
Should you buy a vacation house? It all depends on what you want your net worth landscape to look like.
If you ever have any questions, comments, or suggestions for future posts, don’t hesitate to reach out to our Communications and PR Coordinator, Carla LaFleur.
We look forward to bringing you even more helpful content in 2016!
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