• Protect Your Portfolio by Diversifying Your Investments

    How exactly do you put diversification into action for your portfolio? Are there different perspectives on what it means to diversify? Kimberly Foss shares her investment philosophy with TheStreet and explains why diversification isn't just a strategy; it's an investing staple.

  • So You’ve Maxed Out Your Credit Cards … Now What?

    It's convenient and easy to use a credit card for purchases — but if you don't swipe it responsibly, you'll end up in a trap of overwhelming debt and never-ending interest payments. Follow these smart steps to get out of the red.

  • How intuition helped my elderly client
    Financial Planning Magazine

    Baby boomers are expected to transfer some $30 trillion in wealth over the next several decades. Now more than ever, it's critical for advisors to find the most optimal ways to manage those assets. In her latest column for Financial Planning Magazine, Kimberly Foss shares a poignant client story and the unconventional investment strategy that helped secure the next generation.

  • There may be just 3 major money decisions you need to make about retirement

    With so many opinions and viewpoints to consider, making the right decisions for your retirement can often feel overwhelming and unnecessarily complex. But some experts say that everything you need to know can be boiled down into three simple points. Kimberly Foss weighs in on the argument.

  • A record number of Americans now have access to a credit card — and it’s not going great

    Credit card balances keep increasing. Americans keep falling deeper into debt. But the number of consumers with access to credit cards is still on the rise, even though new data shows they're not getting any better at managing them. Kimberly Foss shares her tips for tackling debt head on — and staying out of it.

  • A staggering number of Americans now say they may miss a credit card payment this year

    Credit card debt in the United States is at a frightening high — and what's worse, many consumers are becoming more careless about making payments on time. President and Founder Kimberly Foss sits down with MarketWatch to talk solutions.

  • This is the thing most likely to cause you financial ruin — but few prepare for it

    Unforeseen medical issues — and the expenses that come with them — can derail a life's worth of savings, causing major financial devastation. Kimberly Foss, president and founder of Empyrion Wealth Management, helps us understand how to avoid it.

  • What Can the Bezos Divorce Teach Us About Prenups?

    The headline-making divorce of Amazon Founder and CEO Jeff Bezos and his wife, MacKenzie, has shed a new light on prenups. Are they necessary for everyday couples? How exactly do they work? Kimberly Foss, president and founder of Empyrion Wealth Management, weighs in on the conversation.

  • Lots of likes won’t cut it anymore — next-level social media for advisors
    Financial Planning Magazine

    Though the world of social media is constantly evolving, one thing hasn't changed: Every single touchpoint matters — and credibility is everything. President and Founder Kimberly Foss shares six tips to help advisors build a successful presence in the social space.

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