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  • Coverage Gaps in Your Homeowners Policy
    by Nicholas Stuller on August 13, 2020

    By Peter Mastrantuono Too often homeowners discover after the fact that the damage sustained to their home and property is not covered by their homeowners insurance, leaving them with a financial exposure they never anticipated. While homeowners can never […]

  • Wedding Costs and the Covid-19 Silver Lining
    by Nicholas Stuller on August 12, 2020

    By John Drachman Committed couples are tapping into an unexpected resource for funding their post-pandemic future together: investment dollars made available from their suddenly scaled back wedding plans. While the Center for Disease Control (CDC) […]

  • Hydrogen Fuel as an Investment
    by Nicholas Stuller on August 11, 2020

    By Thomas Kostigen Hydrogen has been hyped as the next big thing in alternative energy for more than 20 years. But it still hasn’t caught on. Is it a worthwhile investment? Analysts are holding out hope, and hydrogen fuel-cell stocks have soared […]

  • Financial Advisor as Tie-Breaker
    by Nicholas Stuller on August 10, 2020

    By MyPerfectFinancialAdvisor It is very common for couples to have disagreements about money, in fact arguments about money are one of the leading causes for breakups. Anything related to one’s wealth is stressful in and of itself, and when you add […]

  • Invest in a Bailout?
    by Nicholas Stuller on August 7, 2020

    By Lee Sherman Governments bail out struggling companies with alarming frequency. But rarely has this been as concerning as a couple of weeks ago, when Kodak received a $765 million USD loan under the Defense Production Act as the venerable American […]

  • Time to Refinance Student Debt?
    by Nicholas Stuller on August 6, 2020

    By Peter Mastrantuono The average amount of student loans owed by individuals is over $35,000, according to Experian, a consumer credit reporting company. With interest rates at historical lows and economic uncertainty at a high, many Americans are […]

  • Buy or Rent the American Dream?
    by Nicholas Stuller on August 5, 2020

    By John Drachman Since March you can add social distancing to an American Dream that includes a home with room to spare in a relatively Covid-free setting. According to a new Harris Poll, as reported in USA Today, nearly a third of pandemic-averse […]

  • Invest in Hydropower?
    by Nicholas Stuller on August 4, 2020

    By Thomas Kostigen The most utilized natural source for renewable energy is water. Hydropower production for electricity grids has reached record capacity, out-powering solar and wind energy by about three times. The world over and for hundreds of years, […]

  • Top Three Myths About Financial Advisors
    by Nicholas Stuller on August 3, 2020

    By MyPerfectFinancialAdvisor Investors and consumers, both wealthy and not, have many erroneous views of todays’ financial advisors. These views were created by a number of factors including bad conduct that was prevalent decades ago, unbalanced […]

  • Marriage and Combining Finances
    by Nicholas Stuller on July 31, 2020

    By Lee Sherman If you’re like most married couples your biggest initial arguments will be about money. According to a 2018 survey by Ramsey Solutions, “money fights are the second leading cause of divorce, behind infidelity”. People tend […]