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Bridgeworth 2018 Summer Reading Recommendations

In 11th grade I was assigned my first real research paper. I chose the assassination of John F. Kennedy. I was hooked from the first sentence. I devoured “The Best and The Brightest” by David Halberstam and “Reasonable Doubt” by Henry Hurt, in addition to several other books, articles, and documentaries. I was convinced I …

Rise and Shine Celebration….It Could Happen!

On May 11th, the RISE School at The University of Alabama in Huntsville hosted their inaugural Rise and Shine Celebration at the beautiful Huntsville Botanical Garden. Nearly 200 supporters of the RISE School attended the gala to help raise funds to resurface their playground and make it more inclusive for their students who use wheelchairs …

Four Steps to College Shopping

While it seems nonsensical to think about letting an 18-year-old borrow thousands of dollars, many 18-year-olds do just that when they take out student loans to pay for college. As parents, our job is not done when our children are 18; we have to continue guiding our children as they are making large financial decisions …

Investing 101

The Winchester Mystery House in San Jose, California was built without an architect or any plans over the lifetime of its owner, Sarah Winchester. The result included stairs that lead to the ceiling, and a doorway that opens to a two-story drop! The overall effect is quite eerie, and investing without a plan may result …

The Secret to Building Wealth – Hint: It’s Not A Secret

Today’s blog post is a part of Bridgeworth’s year-long series on Financial Well Being. The first in the series, Four Steps to Making Your New Year’s Resolutions Last Past Valentine’s Day, was published in February.  I’m often asked what is the best financial planning advice I can give. You can tell this question is asked …