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Your Questions, Asked and Answered
October 3, 2013
The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) has wonderful information to help investors educate and protect themselves. Since it is highly likely that you will at some point be invited to a “free lunch” investment seminar, I think a particularly beneficial article for you is FINRA's Investor Alert titled, "Free Lunch" Investment Seminars - Avoiding the Heartburn of a Hard Sell.
Important Steps for New TradeKing Accounts
February 7, 2013
We are happy to see many of our clients taking advantage of the increased commission savings with our new recommended broker, TradeKing. If you are considering the move, or have already started the process, be sure that you have completed the items below for a successful transition.
Update Your Contribution Plan for 2013
February 7, 2013
In case you were too distracted with all the other news coming out of Washington during the New Year it may be a good idea to review the income and contribution limits for 2013. Changes were applied to many of the common retirement savings vehicles as well as to Social Security. Here is a quick guide to some of the changes for 2013.
How Maslow Can Save You from the Blues
January 23, 2013
According to British researcher Cliff Arnall, the third Monday of January is the most depressing day of the year. Arnall calls it, “Blue Monday.” While some make a reasonable argument that Arnall’s theory is based on pseudoscience, I personally wonder if Arnall may be on to something.
Are You Being Honest With Yourself?
January 21, 2013
Nature has equipped us with a lot of defense mechanisms. One of them is the ability to rationalize our feelings, thoughts, fears, and doubts. Evolution taught us to be story-tellers, and we tell ourselves story after story until we imagine one which explains the circumstances we find ourselves in.