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Trent Hamm •
The Simple Dollar

Quite often, big financial changes (or other life changes) can feel absolutely overwhelming or even impossible. When you have debt that’s bigger than your salary, it can just feel like this mountain that you’ll never overcome. When you read about the retirement savings that you should have in order to be able to retire, it


Millennials post-college: How to survive the costs


There is a misconception about newly-graduated millennials. The older generations would argue that millennials are having the time of their lives: living with little to no care, going to parties every night and eating delicious, unhealthy food. Though that may be true for some, the reality for most can be stark. For most millennials post


October is National Financial Planning Month

Founder, Greg O'Donnell, O'Donnell Financial Group, and Investment Adviser •

Are you saving for retirement? Great. Are you planning for retirement? That is even better. Planning for your retirement and other long-range financial goals is an essential step–one that could make achieving those goals easier. Saving without investing your savings isn’t enough. Since interest rates are so low today, money in a typical savings account