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I hate to admit it, but it’s nice to be back in the fog of San Francisco after a trip to Pittsburgh and D.C. Despite the sweltering temps, the visit Continue Reading →
The green shoots are hard to see right now as spring approaches, clouded by war in Ukraine. Democracy is under attack and innocent lives are tragically being lost. But while Continue Reading →
April is Financial Literacy Month, a time to raise awareness about the need for financial education. April 2021 marks the 19th annual Financial Literacy Month, a nationwide effort to raise Continue Reading →
Take time to learn about this important program for covering your future health care costs. Medicare is essential for many older Americans, helping them cover the costs of many necessary Continue Reading →
Dear Clients and Friends: Autumn has arrived, with students back in school, baseball playoffs beginning, and football in full swing. Life is trying to get back to as normal as Continue Reading →
Hopefully, I won’t be posting updates every other day, but it’s worth commenting on the market moves on Monday. This commentary is from LPL Research (edited for clarity by me). Continue Reading →
By ANN CARRNS, New York Times, 1/21/14 It’s always upsetting when you are notified by a business, whether it is a credit card issuer or a retailer, that your personal or Continue Reading →