Lou Scatigna, CFP® was interviewed on RCT Network, where he discussed a variety of topics concerning the fragile state of the U.S economy.
As many Americans get closer to the age of 65, they are starting to take a look at retirement options such as Social Security.
How we buy cars, how we finance them and how long we keep them makes a huge difference when it comes to our financial health.
Host Lou Scatigna, CFP® discusses the topic of houses, in particular the proper way to buy and finance a home.
One of the reasons why people fail financially is because they do not use the tax code to their advantage.
Inflation is a slow-moving cancer inside the financial body that continually erodes our purchasing power over time.
One of the reasons people fail financially is because they believe Wall Street has their best interests at heart.
Your financial advisor is like your doctor. You better have the right one, or you are going to be in trouble.
Our financial psychology dictates how we deal with money, so it is extremely important to understand what makes us tick financially.
So many people today are driven by feelings of material entitlement, believing they deserve to live extravagant lifestyles.