Will You Outlive Your Money?

There are far more seniors living today than ever before. As a group, they are more active, healthier and more involved than any previous generation.  However, this longevity and active lifestyle, which most of us call “livin,’” is expensive. In fact, with gas and food prices on the rise, Americans’ disposable income is under a […]

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Start Saving Now

There’s an old saying, “The best time to plant an oak tree was 20 years ago.”  Unfortunately, 20 years has passed, so the next best time to plant an oak tree is today. We recently had a visit from a 58-year-old gentleman who had been through a nasty divorce.  It left him broke.  However, he […]

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What’s Ahead for the Feds in 2015?

Cliched Investment Strategies In almost every family, there’s a relative who tries to dominate the dinner conversation with cliched investment strategies. Often, these so-called “strategies” just create more confusion, offer few specifics, and fail to provide a plan of action. When you get right down to it, you just can’t do much with advice like, […]

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Your 2015 Financial Resolutions

New Year’s Resolutions:  Weight, Taxes, and Memoirs In the weeks before Christmas we often dwell too much on what we don’t have or what we have not accomplished, instead of counting our blessings. We start making goals and resolutions, usually about losing weight, getting our taxes done early, or (my favorite) writing our memoirs. Changes at the […]

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