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A Sure Thing, or A Maybe (Part 2)

In Part 2 of A Sure Thing, or A Maybe, we assume a blend of guaranteed income and a hedge against inflation is ideal when planning for income in retirement, and we dig deeper to help you ascertain the correct blend for you. (Missed Part 1? Click here!) Caution When...

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What are your blind spots?

Most people believe that retirement planning consists of a three-pronged approach: 1) accumulating assets early in your career while young enough to withstand stock market corrections; 2) protecting those assets as you get older by adopting a more conservative...

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A Sure Thing, or a Maybe? (Part 1)

Will allegiance to your “tribe” limit your choices and keep you in doubt about your future financial picture? We are all steeped in the thinking and beliefs of our families, friends, and confidants. We tend to live within the limits of what is approved by the groups...

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Want a recipe for Living Better Longer?

A Healthy Body Balanced with Financial Strength Jean Chatzky signed a copy of her new book for me. The subtitle is catching- “Living Longer without Running out of Money or Breaking a Hip”. The book’s title is Age-Proof, by both Chatzky and Michael Roizen, MD. As the...

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Telomeres – You Can Increase Your Health Span

Like the tips on the end of your shoelaces that keep them from fraying, telomeres are areas of repetitive DNA at the ends of our chromosomes that protect them from deterioration. There is a link to the length of these telomere “caps” and longevity. The shorter the...

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Fulfilling Lifelong Dreams

What would you like to accomplish before you die? What have you dreamed of doing (perhaps for years) that you rationalize can’t or probably won’t happen? Peter Himmelman, an award-winning Emmy and Grammy nominated musician, songwriter, and performer, speaks from...

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The Gift of Contemplation

Do you agree with Seth Godin’s comment in his recent blog? He said: “Perhaps the biggest cultural change of my lifetime has been the growing influence and ubiquity of commercial media in our lives.” The pervasive and all-present media requires us to sift through the...

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