Perception vs. Reality: 2008 to Today

Last month marked the ten year anniversary of the beginning of what ultimately became one of the most significant financial collapses and recessions in our history. Investors closer to retirement saw decades worth of retirement savings seemingly disappear from their...

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Our August PastCast

What’s going on in the market? August has been full of mostly positive economic news for the US, but the noise is starting to build in the headlines. As mid-term elections approach, political contests around the country are heating up,...

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5 Ways to Save for Retirement When You Have Student Loan Debt

Graduation caps have landed, tassels have been switched to the other side, and mom has all the pictures she could ever want. Graduation day is one of the most memorable occasions in a person’s lifetime, but as seventy percent of...

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401k Q&A

Q: It seems like most people are saying this AT&T/Time Warner deal is going to get approved soon and I'm thinking their stocks are going to get a nice boost if it does. Is there a way I can invest...

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Keep Calm and Invest On

Remember when “breaking news” was actually worthy of the term? It’s thrown around so much by networks these days, it feels like everything leading off the news is cause for mass hysteria. Maybe there’s an asteroid heading right for us,...

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