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  • Aug 9 2018
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    Value Vs. Price: The Difference Between Celebrating Your Anniversary at McDonald’s Vs. Morton’s

    Quality and price affect even the smallest purchases we make. See if we think you should be price-conscious or value-aware when it comes to your money.

  • Aug 2 2018
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    How Doing Your Part in a True Fiduciary Partnership Benefits You

    Finduciary advisors care about relationships. They have the same expectations for their clients. Here are 7 ways to maximize your finanicial relationship.

  • Jul 19 2018
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    3 Reasons People Fail in Retirement

    3 of the most common reasons people fail in retirement. Wondering if you're making the same mistakes? Read more to find out.

  • Jul 17 2018
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    One Way a Competent Financial Advisor Can Bring You Value

    What is the value in paying for a competent financial advisor? Learn about what a national research firm learned about the dangers of going alone.

  • Jul 16 2018
    Stop Emotion from Shortchanging Your Investments

    Leaving your emotion at the door when it comes to your money takes courage. Let us warn you of the consequences of investing with emotion and no discipline.

  • Jul 10 2018
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    Why Ambassador Works as a Fiduciary Advisor Only

    Fiduciary is the standard for advisors who care about relationships. Our approach at Ambassador is to focus on clients’ total picture and success.

  • Jun 28 2018
    At a crossroads: which is better: to retire with zero debt or a million bucks?
    Which Is Better For Retirement: Zero Debt or a Million Bucks?

    Wondering if it's better to retire with a million dollars or no debt? Let our experience in retirement planning help you make the right call.

  • Jun 26 2018
    Discipline Helps Your Investments, Not Emotional Seesawing

    It can be difficult to lay all emotions aside when investing. Read our thoughts on why you need more discipline when making decisions about your money.

  • Jun 25 2018
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    5 Ways You Can Ruin the Financial Future of Your Adult Children

    We know how much you love your kids. Be warned, however, financially supporting your adult children can set them up for failure instead of success.