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By: Harris Financial Advisors | On: August 22, 2019 | Category: Financial Planning, Retirement Savings |

Financially Supporting Adult Children Can Threaten Retirement Savings: Cut the Apron Strings

When it comes to family finances, research shows that more than 50% of parents are supporting their adult children in a variety of ways, from paying groceries and cell phone bills to covering insurance and housing costs.

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By: Harris Financial Advisors | On: August 9, 2019 | Category: Financial Planning, Investing |

C-Suite Executives: Diversifying Concentrated Wealth

C-suite executives often face challenges in developing long-term investing strategies that suit their unique financial positions. We regularly work with executives to develop forward-thinking strategic investment plans to help manage the specific risk factors that accompany their personal wealth.

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By: Harris Financial Advisors | On: June 25, 2019 | Category: Financial Planning |

Marriage: Discussing the State of Your Financial Union

Financial planning can be a tense topic for many married couples, but these steps¹ will make your conversations about money more productive and beneficial for both of you.

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By: Harris Financial Advisors | On: June 11, 2019 | Category: Financial Planning |

Attorneys: make the case for your own financial plan

Multiple factors influence how practicing lawyers approach investments and retirement planning. At Harris Financial Advisors, we offer strategic advice that addresses the unique risk profiles of attorneys.

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By: Harris Financial Advisors | On: May 28, 2019 | Category: Financial Planning |

Are you a caregiver for a loved one? Take these steps to protect your finances

While childcare options enabling women to remain part of the paid U.S. workforce continue to expand, multiple studies reveal much less support for working women who, without pay, care for aging adults (most often their parents).