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Andrzej Fesnak
Master Trainer, European Financial Consultant®, journalist, speaker, motivator, licensed real estate broker
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Andrzej Fesnak 18h
The average American now has about $38,000 in personal debt, excluding home mortgages. 
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Andrzej Fesnak Aug 19
You can apply these quotes to your own financial lifestyle...
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Andrzej Fesnak Aug 18
Age gap couples have to realign their financial planning on issues ranging from asset allocation to distribution patterns from investment accounts.
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Andrzej Fesnak Aug 17
Developing smart financial habits from an early age can help make the right financial decisions for the rest of life.
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Andrzej Fesnak Aug 17
It is easy to pick good mutual funds, but most investors don’t think about the tax consequences of where their assets are allocated. 
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Andrzej Fesnak Aug 16
Financial planning is a strategy to achieve your life’s objectives through meticulous management of your finances
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Andrzej Fesnak Aug 15
Planning is a blueprint that adds a sense of direction to the money management process. 
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Andrzej Fesnak Aug 15
Spend less than you make because things that are pleasing you can hurt you somehow.
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Andrzej Fesnak Aug 14
When a loved one is diagnosed with a debilitating illness, you may face the modern-day nightmare: How can you access the person’s computer where the bills were paid, investments made and post-death instructions may be waiting for you?
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Andrzej Fesnak Aug 12
Some planners are moving to a more holistic approach where they are the coach for all aspects of a client's financial life, as opposed to pitching themselves as stock market experts.
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Andrzej Fesnak Aug 12
Financial planning is for you, and ideally, done now. 
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Andrzej Fesnak Aug 9
Data shows that spending problems affect men and women at about the same rate yet, we keep telling women they're bad with money
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Andrzej Fesnak Aug 8
While it would seem that investors who inadequately manage their personal finances might benefit by seeking the aid of an advisor, not a few professional advisors are themselves inadequate to the task.
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Andrzej Fesnak Aug 8
Some cohabitors may view living together as a way to save money, reduce rent and pool incomes, but their living arrangement may not work to improve their financial health, according to a recent study published in the Journal of Financial Planning.
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Andrzej Fesnak Aug 7
One in four parents takes a break from trying to save in order to entertain children over the school break, according to Post Office Money.
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Andrzej Fesnak Aug 7
Most millennials think they don’t have enough money to justify seeking financial advice, but nothing could be further from the truth.
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Andrzej Fesnak Aug 4
Giving away our money is one way we express our generosity. 
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Andrzej Fesnak Aug 3
More than half of Australian parents avoid discussing their financial situation with their children.
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Andrzej Fesnak Aug 2
The Americans avoid making financial decisions, even when it’s not in their own best interest. 
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Andrzej Fesnak Aug 2
More than a third of employees say they aren’t doing well financially, including 44% of workers under 40 years old, according to a Bank of America Merrill Lynch Workplace Benefits report.
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