Bean Counter Recipes – Grilled Fruit Dessert

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Offered by the staff of the Garrett Planning Network. Oh so sweet! Oh so simple to fix! Cost is about $1.75 per serving and you can use up to 2 cups of any firm fruit that pairs well with cinnamon. Bananas, cut in half in middle, peeled Apples, sliced 1/4 inch thick Pineapple slices or …

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Seven Financial Lessons from the Greatest Generation

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This post is by Garrett Planning Network member Nola Kulig, CFP®, CFA. Click here to see her profile page. This post is a bit more philosophical than usual. Often I provide market reviews, the latest on Washington’s background chatter on things financial, Federal Reserve policy, etc. In other works, hard information you can put to …

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Bean Counter Recipes – Cuban Sandwich from Leftovers

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This post is by Garrett Planning Network member Paul O. Collinson, CFP®. Click here to see his profile page. Do you enjoy a pork roast and then fret about what to do with leftovers? That was the source of my inspiration. If you can make a grilled cheese, use a panini press, or have a good …

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College Planning – This Year’s Version of What We’ve Learned

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This post is by Garrett Planning Network member Danielle Schultz, CFP®. Click here to see her profile page. I’m the sort of person who mulls over mistakes, but it’s mostly to do better next time, or advise other people in a better way. There’s no point in it if it’s just to beat yourself up …

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Bean Counter Recipes – Southwest Chicken and Bean Soup

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Offered by the staff of the Garrett Planning Network. A Bean Counter’s recipe that meets all the criteria: pretty quick to prepare, delicious, frugal and really good for you. Give this hearty bowl of soup a try on a crisp cool evening. You can double the batch and have it a couple of nights or …

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Quantifying How Your Advisor Adds Value

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This post is by Garrett Planning Network member Nola Kulig, CFP®, CFA. Click here to see her profile page. This post was prompted by a prospective client meeting, coinciding with some recent research that quantifies the value that can be added by a financial advisor. Earlier this summer, a prospective client came in for a …

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