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10 Financial Mistakes You Should Avoid: Strategies Designed to Help Keep Your Money Safe and Growing Paperback: 134 pages Publisher: Stephen S.K. Ng Financial Group, LLC (2015) Stephen Ng Financial Group, LLC, OUR MISSION No matter where you are in your financial or retirement planning journey, our mission statement remains the same: to help you grow and… Read Article →

The following is a guest from Eric Hutchinson, a Certified Financial Planner™ with more than 30 years of experience in the areas of financial planning, investments, estate and tax planning. He has professional affiliations with The Financial Planning Association, the Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards and the Investment Management Consultants Association. His new book The Financial Briefing,… Read Article →

The Financial Aid Handbook: Getting the Education You Want for the Price You Can Afford Paperback: 251 pages Publisher: Career Press (2017) Co-author Carol Stack is the former director of admissions at Macalester College and Augsburg College, and served as a college counselor at both the International School of Brussels and St. John’s International School in Waterloo, Belgium…. Read Article →

The following is a guest post from Al Jacobs, author of Roadway to Prosperity. Al has been a professional investor for nearly five decades and holds a degree in civil engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, a Real Estate Certificate from the University of California and a Certified Property Manager designation (CPM) from the Institute of Real… Read Article →

The following is a guest post from Rebecca Walser, a licensed tax attorney and certified financial planner who specializes in working with high net worth individuals, families and businesses at Walser Wealth. The hardest thing about upward mobility – the so-called American dream – is attaining it. Perhaps the second hardest thing is this: Once… Read Article →

Expository Series: A Region Left Behind: Lost Opportunity in the Deep South (2015). In this series, courtesy of The Washington Post, the question is asked, “What went wrong with the deep south?” The writers, videographers, and photographers tell detailed stories about why many residents of Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, South Carolina, and Georgia continue to struggle financially. The five… Read Article →

The many differences between men and women are evident even when it comes to retirement. Women, with longer life expectancies and lower average salaries, are much more concerned than men about whether they will be able to save enough money to have the kind of retirement they want, studies show. But those concerns are not necessarily… Read Article →

By Annie Waldman, ProPublica A much-criticized college accreditor that regulates hundreds of for-profit schools should have its oversight powers terminated, a U.S. Department of Education staff report has recommended. There are several more steps before the government could actually strip the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools of its authority. But the department’s unprecedented… Read Article →

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