San Antonio

EAP Consulting

at , San Antonio, 78231 United States

EAP Consulting exists to provide financial strategies and education to individuals and families so that they can further their life goals.


EAP Consulting

San Antonio , TX 78231
United States
Contact Phone
P: (210) 844-8381
Website
http://eap4consulting.com

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The July issue of The Pinnacle newsletter is now available! The issue contains information and strategies on building a RESERVE FUND, a summary of THE MARKETS, what to look for when analyzing MUTUAL FUNDS, and other ways to save and earn money! Contact me at eap4consulting@gmail.com for details on subscribing.

Published on 2015-07-18 18:58:08 GMT

Stock market craziness have you concerned? Schedule a consultation to have your goals & situation reviewed... eap4consulting@gmail.com

Published on 2015-08-24 14:25:21 GMT

The August edition of the Pinnacle Newsletter will be out this week! It will feature information on building a CD ladder and socially responsible investing (SRI)...to subscribe, send an email to eap4consulting@gmail.com

Published on 2015-08-18 14:49:24 GMT

TUESDAY POLL: What do you think is the greater concern for most Americans today--lack of savings, or too much debt? Post your answers/thoughts/comments...

Published on 2015-08-11 11:09:04 GMT

Short term savings accounts pay depressingly low interest rates as we remain in a historically low interest rate environment. Earning 1% verses .1% can still make a difference, however. Check the rate your financial institution is paying...and set up a consultation if you'd like to strategize on maximizing your earnings.

Published on 2015-07-30 15:47:08 GMT

The reserve fund: why it's important, how much to have, where to keep it...you'll find answers in the July issue of The Pinnacle newsletter. To request your copy, email me at eap4consulting@gmail.com

Published on 2015-07-28 13:43:48 GMT

A snippet from my July newsletter: "...if you are currently invested in your 401k, 403b, IRA, Roth, or other accounts, you most likely own shares of mutual funds. In reviewing portfolios with mutual funds lately, I’ve seen many people invested in funds that have lagging returns, don’t fit their desired risk level, have low ratings, and high expenses. As such, I created a scoring method for mutual funds that takes into account the fund’s RETURNS, RISK, RATINGS, and EXPENSES. Here are the things to keep in mind regarding each of those..." Contact me for subscription details--eap4consulting@gmail.com

Published on 2015-07-22 18:40:48 GMT

WHAT CAN YOU GET FOR $60? *A night's stay at a less-than-luxurious motel in San Antonio *A round of golf *A dinner for two at a San Antonio steakhouse (maybe) *One ticket to see 'Weird Al' Yankovic on his San Antonio tour ............................OR.............................. *Twelve issues of The Pinnacle newsletter, containing financial strategies, money-saving tips and information; and, an optional financial assessment and thirty minute consultation included! Contact Eric at eap4consulting@gmail.com, or at 210-348-3763 to sign up; the July issue is coming 7/20/15...

Published on 2015-07-16 00:40:10 GMT

The first edition of EAP Consulting's "Pinnacle" newsletter comes out this week! Send a message or email (eap4consulting@gmail.com) to sign up for your annual subscription...

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