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Patience is an Investing Virtue

January 10, 2017

While economists and stock gurus spend this month making forecasts, ordinary investors are faced with the challenge of figuring out how to allocate their 40l(k), IRA, and other retirement accounts. To do that well, you don’t need a crystal ball to forecast either economic growth or market results. What you do need is . ...

Coming Pension Defaults

For millions of union workers, part of the attraction of paying union dues over a lifetime of work was the promise of a lifetime a pension. Now, as a result of years of mismanagement, bad investments, or bad assumptions on returns, some funds are running out of money to keep their pension promises to union..

Don’t Make a Resolution — Make a PLAN!

December 27, 2016

Resolutions made at this time of year tend to have lofty goals: lose weight, stop smoking, get out of debt. And while these goals are certainly worthy, it’s an old Savage Truth that a goal without a plan is just a dream! Read It Here

Now’s The Time to Create Your Budget

December 19, 2016

Making a budget is likely at the bottom of your “to do” list at this time of year, but when is a better time to do it? Now you can look back at all of your spending — and overspending. And it’s the perfect time to plan for the year ahead. Here are three easy..

2016 Holiday Money Gifts for Children

December 08, 2016

Every year at this time I give some suggestions for holiday presents that have real financial meaning for your children and grandchildren. Read It Here

Best Gift — 529 College Savings Plan

The best gift of all is a good education. So consider opening a 529 College Savings plan account for your children or grandchildren. Read It Here



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