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Throughout the last year, the New York Times has published several explosive (and long overdue) reports on the terrible current state of the Teachers' 403(b) market.Read More
In a recent column, Jason Zweig suggested that people print his questions and take them to their first meeting with a prospective planner. In the spirit of transparency, I thought it'd be a good idea to save you the paper and answer them in a quick blog post.Read More
During the first outbreak of 2017's spring storms, James Spann, along with most other meteorologists in the Southeast, perfectly forecasted the day’s weather.Read More
Social media is our generation's greatest addiction.Read More
If you’ve watched the news lately, you’ve most likely heard about the Department of Labor’s Fiduciary Rule.
Just in case you haven't, here's a quick refresher...
Graduation season is coming.
It's an exciting time if you’re a high school student. Maybe not so much if you’re the parent of a high school student.Read More
“What would a good day look like?”
That’s one of five questions that Atul Gawande thinks people facing a terminal illness should be asked in the early stages of their treatment.Read More
Whether it's summer vacation, back to school shopping, or the upcoming holiday season, it seems that it's always easy to find an excuse to break away from the family budget.Read More