The Consequences of Going AWOL By Judy Heft

The Consequences of Going AWOL

I have a friend whose relationship with organization is strained at best. Recently, he made a pretty harmless error that carried outsized, dire consequences — a mistake that Judith Heft & Associates could have prevented if he had hired us. As Eric was preparing to spend the summer in upstate… Continue Reading..
Book Excerpt: Gimme Some Credit! By Judy Heft

Book Excerpt: Gimme Some Credit!

In my book, How To Be Smart, Successful, And Organized With Your Money, I devote an entire chapter to credit. I spent so much time on it because credit is such an important part of our lives; everything from getting a mortgage (or even getting approved for a lease), to… Continue Reading..

Protect Yourself Against Tax Fraud This Year

My journey to becoming a Financial Concierge and Certified Money Coach started when I learned how to balance a checkbook at my parents’ clothing store. But there is another side to my profession, and that is helping people. Twenty years ago, our greatest challenge during Tax Time was to gather… Continue Reading..

The Difference Between Wells Fargo and Judith Heft & Associates

Wells Fargo really stepped in it recently—or rather, over the last few years. It has been confirmed that it fraudulently opened two million fake accounts that were all tied in with real, established accounts, all without the knowledge of the real account holders. In congressional testimony and leaks to the… Continue Reading..

A Teachable Moment: “Rock Bottom”

Hitting “rock bottom” is a relative term; it really depends on how far you allow yourself to fall. Sometimes it can be devastating to you or your loved ones, while other times rock bottom provides a firm foundation for something better. For instance, Manhattan has a rock bottom, but only… Continue Reading..

Masterminding Success

It’s not easy to trust your business to other people, especially when you are just starting out. As your business grows, however, delegating tasks to others becomes a necessity. That’s why networking is so important in establishing and nurturing a healthy business - and more and more women are proving… Continue Reading..

Positive Examples Of Powerful Women

One of the common threads I see across every segment of society is the dilemma of the less-monied spouse. That means one spouse, usually the woman, is dependent on her husband for basic needs like food and shelter. What’s worse, she often lacks the resources to move out on her… Continue Reading..

Start Your Taxes Now And Be Done In January

The days are getting shorter as your accountant savors the last few months of peace before the End-of-Year rush revs into gear. You like your accountant, why not make his or her job easier? I’ve put together a list of some of the things you should be thinking about before… Continue Reading..

Applying for a Mortgage? Don’t Forget Your Paperwork!

Guest Author Lyle J. Katz It is important to be prepared when applying for a mortgage. Ensuring that all of the required documents are ready and available will ease the application process. When being approved for a home mortgage loan, 3 main components are taken into account: The applicant’s credit… Continue Reading..

No Benefit of the Doubt in Credit Reporting

Of those, 1 out of every 5 have mistakes that adversely affect their credit scores. Considering how important credit is for people to build their business and their lives, credit reporting agencies have an obligation to fix these errors. But they don’t. So what are some of their most common… Continue Reading..