Archives by Tag 'liquidity'

The Basics

By Linda Leitz - Last updated: Wednesday, June 21, 2017

There are some basics that will help anyone get started financially, or keep going in the right direction. The fundamentals outlined here are accredited to the Alliance of Comprehensive Planners. Save regularly. It’s a good idea to save at least 10% of your annual gross income. Gross income is your income before any deductions, including […]

Buying the Right House

By Linda Leitz - Last updated: Friday, April 3, 2015

A home may be the largest asset you own. Even if you buy more than one house in your life, unless you’re a real estate professional, you’re probably not going to be an expert at home buying. Your home is many things – a major financial asset, potentially the reason you get a huge loan, […]

Liquidity

By Linda Leitz - Last updated: Thursday, January 17, 2008

Once you get into the habit of spending less than you make, you’ll need to decide what to do with some of the money you’re not spending.  It’s common for money that you can access pretty quickly to be referred to as liquid.  So when people refer to financial liquidity or liquid reserves, they’re talking […]

Fiscal Fitness

By Linda Leitz - Last updated: Thursday, January 10, 2008

There are some basics concepts that just about everyone should live with in terms of the finances.  These ideas as I’ll put them forth here are part of the philosophy of the Alliance of Cambridge Advisors.  (If you’re looking for an ethical capable financial advisor in your area, www.cambridgeadvisors.com is a great place to look.)  […]