Financial Insights

Posts by ReShelle Barrett

6 Financial Tips for Caregivers

Financial Planning

Financial Focus for Women: An article series created by Bill Few Associates to help women achieve financial independence. Being a caregiver can be one of the hardest jobs one can undertake, yet it can also be the most rewarding. Many caregivers might agree that the ability to provide care for a loved one and be […]

Why Patience Rewards Investors

Investment Management

Many of us look forward to summertime as an opportunity to relax and perhaps distance ourselves from some of the chaos of daily life. However, if you tend to keep a close eye on your investment portfolio, these past few months have been especially stressful. Financial markets have taken a significant tumble from post-pandemic highs, […]

How to Protect Your Money from Inflation

Financial Planning

One of the most familiar words being used today in any economic news story is inflation. By definition, inflation is the rise of the average cost of goods and services most typically measured by CPI – Consumer Price Index. Although not much of a concern for many years, it is now apparent in almost every […]

How Job Changes Affect Your Retirement Accounts

Retirement Planning

It is more common today for individuals to change jobs several times throughout their careers than to remain with one company for the duration.  According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average number of job changes in a lifetime is 12 with many workers spending 5 years or less in each job.  This can […]

8 Tips to Build a Strong Financial Plan

Financial Planning

One goal that many people have is to achieve financial independence. This type of independence can mean different things to different people. It may mean being able to save for college or retirement or being able to purchase the things you really want. Achieving this goal does not happen overnight as it takes a lot […]

Investment Strategy During an Election Year

Investment Management

‘This is the most important election of our lifetime’ are words we have heard every four years for as long as I can remember.  This year is no different. Although most investors get anxious in an election year, the reality is that the fact that it is an election year does not matter as much […]