December 2009

Safety Tips for Online Shopping

Posted by Diane H. Blackwelder on 9 December 2009 | 0 Comments

Whether you shop online routinely or infrequently, it will help to follow some precautions this holiday season. The risk of identity theft rises as you offer more and more information about yourself online.

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Financing the Federal Debt

Posted by William C. Prewitt, M.S., CFP® on 4 December 2009 | 0 Comments

The United States government is financing its more than trillion dollar a year borrowing with IOUs on terms that seem too good to be true. The New York Times article, Payback Time; Wave of Debt Payments Facing US Government, takes a deeper look at the situation.

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Moving Forward after Divorce

Posted by Diane H. Blackwelder on 30 November 2009 | 0 Comments

After a divorce, you have a unique opportunity to revisit your financial plan. Making sure your finances are on track will help you put the past behind you, and provide a foundation for the future.

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Curtain Call

Posted by William C. Prewitt, M.S., CFP on 20 November 2009 | 0 Comments

Is the Opera on Wall Street drawing near to the Final Curtain?  Last year Wall Street grabbed many of the headlines and it wasn't pretty.  All the while, investors have been drifting away toward independent advisors.  With increasing focus on objective investment advice, Wall Street seems to be losing out.  Read more in Wealthy Investors Weary of Wallstreet

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