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Your Car Crash’s Costs (Pt.1)

Submitted by John Friedman on Wednesday, September 3, 2014 - 3:00pm

You tool down the road in your much-loved, well-used car that you just know will last many, many more years. You smile in your rearview mirror at how your car only got better with age, your good buddy through many adventures and your faithful companion through tens of thousands of miles when – wham.

Some idiot staring at a mobile phone while driving too fast T-bones you and in one unforgettable crash renders your dear friend unfit to drive. What now?

Riches: Knowing When to Stop

Submitted by Phillip Shrotman on Friday, July 18, 2014 - 12:00pm

My father often echoed the saying, “I’ve been rich and I’ve been poor, and I like rich better.” Sounds simple. But how do you get rich in the first place? What is rich?

Believing my father, I thought I’d know rich when I got there. I don’t. The longer I help people with retirement, investments, future planning and the like, the more I realize “rich” has no easy definition.

Estate Planning: Start Young

Submitted by Eric Hutchinson on Thursday, July 24, 2014 - 3:00pm

As graduation season fades and high summer begins, many parents and recent graduates think about finances and the future. Too many forget about estate planning for young adults, a key tool to prepare for medical and financial emergencies.

Let’s answer some common questions on this vital subject: