Individuals and Families One thing that is certain about life is that it is often uncertain. Many families and individuals feel like they are in a perpetual tug of war to decide financially between the opposing forces of the people they love and their existing financial obligations. Who do I protect? Who do I save for? Is it selfish to save for myself? Have you ever found yourself deciding between:Saving for college vs. saving retirementProtecting my life and paycheck vs. my billsPaying for my own student loans vs. saving for my children’s collegeCaring for my aging parents vs. keeping my own retirement fund in tactCaring for my aging parents vs. my child’s educationStaying at home with children vs. missing retirement opportunities in workforceIf your answer is “yes” to any of these concerns it might be time for a comprehensive review of your financial blueprint. At one time finances were simpler, but as you add children, spouses, and even parents and grandchildren to your financial picture things can get disorganized and confusing. Help us to eliminate the financial clutter, and create a financial “blueprint” that will help us set a plan in motion, and provide direction on building a solid financial infrastructure for you and your family’s future.