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Schiller, Michael

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Feb 25, 2014
What Should You Do With Extra Cash?

Whether it’s a bonus, a tax refund, or a large check from Aunt Sally, extra cash can make a difference in your fi nances. So it’s important to think carefully about how you’re going to use it.  If you have

Feb 25, 2014
Apr 29, 2013
Get on Track with a Spending Plan
Have you ever felt like you're walking on a treadmill with your personal finances - doing a lot of work but not getting anywhere? If so, you may need a spending plan to get back on track. A spending plan is a tool for prioritizing your financial goals and managing your money to reach them.
Apr 29, 2013
Aug 06, 2012
A Financial Action Plan for the Future

In 1955, the life expectancy of the average American was 69.6 years. By 1995, it was 75.8 years. Twelve years later, life expectancy reached a new high of 77.9 years, according to the latest information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. While certainly positive, these statistics may only add to the pressure many people already feel about their lack of retirement savings.

 

Aug 06, 2012
Jun 16, 2011
Looking Beyond the Headlines

Looking Beyond the Headlines We have all heard about the stock market’s “Lost Decade,” and the nightly news likes to tell us whenever possible if there is bad news in relation to the stock market. Natural disasters, confl ict in

Jun 16, 2011
Jun 17, 2009
How are you 'Battling the Bear'?

June 2009In the past year, the market has experienced more volatility than it has in years. While this Market setback can be worrisome to most, it is important to remember that market declines and corrections are a natural part of

Jun 17, 2009
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