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Has A Hacker Victimized You?

“Pwned.” Strange word that you won’t find in an English dictionary, but one that has affected people all over the world. It’s the coined word used to identify a person whose personal information has been breached when a corporate data base is hacked. Gamers recognize it as meaning “utterly defeated.” We hear about it a […]

How To Choose A Financial Advisor

If you have decided it is time to involve an expert in the handling of your assets, what questions should you ask before selecting that expert? What are your charges and how do you calculate them? This information may be on the potential planner’s website, but be clear if he/she charges an initial fee, whether […]

Three Ways To Stop Worrying About Money

Things look pretty rosy on the American economic front, with slow but steady improvement in the measures experts use to gauge such things and a stock market that is definitely on the upswing. So how come about half of Americans, even those with six-digit incomes, still say they worry about their personal financial security? Money […]

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Three Ways To Stop Worrying About Money

Things look pretty rosy on the American economic front, with slow but steady improvement in the measures experts use to gauge such things and a stock market that is definitely on the upswing. So how come about half of Americans, even those with six-digit incomes, still say they worry about their personal financial security? Money […]

Long-Term Care Costs Complicate Retirement

When retirement looms and you have to give serious thought to your changing personal finances, don’t forget to add the potential costs of long-term care to the mix. It’s a fact that many retirees will at some point need long-term care, but too few people facing the end of their working careers make that reality […]

Control Your Holiday Budget

If you are prone to go all out for Christmas and end up facing a New Year saddled with left-over debt, begin now to stay in control of your holiday spending. Start the annual binge with a realistic view of how much you have to spend. Review your income and set expenses. What’s left over […]

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Three Ways To Stop Worrying About Money

Things look pretty rosy on the American economic front, with slow but steady improvement in the measures experts use to gauge such things and a stock market that is definitely on the upswing. So how come about half of Americans, even those with six-digit incomes, still say they worry about their personal financial security? Money […]

Don’t Overlook These Credit Card Benefits

Wisely used, your credit card could help with your holiday expenses. The trick is to control your spending and to use your credit card “extras” to make your credit go farther. First off, consider “zero liability.” Identity theft is a serious problem today and protecting your information is imperative. A credit card or cards that […]

Long-Term Care Costs Complicate Retirement

When retirement looms and you have to give serious thought to your changing personal finances, don’t forget to add the potential costs of long-term care to the mix. It’s a fact that many retirees will at some point need long-term care, but too few people facing the end of their working careers make that reality […]