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What’s the best way to ensure the money you’ve set aside for your grandchildren’s college education is being used most efficiently?
When I look at the offerings of the financial media today— radio, TV, print or online—I always feel as if I’m somehow inferior because I’m not on top of the latest news about investing. I can only imagine how guilty people who aren’t financial professionals must feel—all because of the business press! Financial journalists advocate becoming an “expert” on all … Read More
The single biggest mistake people make when they set goals is that their goals are too vague. Before you can tackle the necessary decisions related to retirement, including investments, taxes, insurance, etc., you must identify your values and then determine your goals and what you want to accomplish over your lifetime. The fun comes when you accomplish your goals and you … Read More