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Posts Tagged "retirement"

Navigating the Waters of Long-term Care Insurance

Mar 14 2011

I’m almost afraid to take on this one, but here goes. I’m in the process of deciding on long-term care for my…

Lanning on 2011 Mortgage Rates: Higher But Still Good

Feb 07 2011

Okay, I’ll throw my hat into the contest ring of “Where will mortgage interest rates be this year?”  My answer is “higher…

Your Company’s 401(k) Is Not As Great As You Think

Jan 31 2011

I’m reading a book called The Better Money Method, which tells the story of how to create tax-free income in retirement.  It’s…

Diversify the Tax Impact of Your Retirement Income

Jan 24 2011

There’s an industry rag I read weekly called Investment News.  Recently the “Retirement Watch” column reminded planners not to overlook tax efficiency…

Predicting the Future Is Easy

Jan 17 2011

‘Tis the season of predictions for the new year.  From where the S&P will end up to who will win an Oscar,…

This Is Not Your Parents’ Retirement

Jan 10 2011

Last week I had the opportunity to give three presentations about what I do and how I do it.  I’ve been practicing…

Start Off Slowly

Jan 03 2011

Holidays are over.  The season of “too much” is over.  Thank goodness.  Back to the office to brush off the cobwebs and…

Makes Plans Rather Than Resolutions

Dec 27 2010

Okay, a little clarification on my ban of New Year’s Resolutions.  In blogs past, I’ve said “Don’t make New Year’s resolutions.”  People…

The Mix of Politics and Investing

Nov 08 2010

Every election cycle bring the pre-election stories about what the election will mean for the economy and the markets, and then there’s…

It’s Time To Buy Gold, Right? No!

Oct 18 2010

The media is a-buzz with the price of gold. Time to buy, right?  No.  You’ve missed the boat.  Never hurts to have…

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