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David Lerner Associates: 5 Ways to Improve Your Personal Bottom Line in 2016
Many Americans are taking stock of 2015 as the end of the year approaches. According to a new study by Capital One, only 34 percent of Americans feel they accomplished some of their financial goals this year. So while we may be relieved to see the back of 2015, here are some tips that can help you improve on meeting your financial goals next year.

David Lerner Associates: Five Common Financial Mistakes
Your current financial situation is a combination of every decision relating to money you've made in the past. If you're like most people, you have had very little or no coaching, so you're just learning as you go.

How to Avoid a Retirement Shock
More than half of Americans lose sleep thinking about retirement. This is mainly because they face the uncertainty of what lies in the great unknown across the River Retirement. Studies show that people who are confident about their retirement have a clear goal and vision for their future.

Top 3 Reasons Why You're Failing at Saving Money
Americans are in the midst of a savings crisis. A massive 63% of Americans don't have enough savings to withstand a $500 emergency. Even more concerning is that there is a growing percentage of Americans with no savings at all.

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