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  • Starting a Side Hustle
    by Nicholas Stuller on January 15, 2021

    By Lee Sherman If you’re like many Americans, the pandemic changed the way you view work. Perhaps you’ve discovered that you really like working from home where you are your own boss (sort of), make your own hours, and get to spend more time with the […]

  • Time to Trim Stock Winners?
    by Nicholas Stuller on January 14, 2021

    By Peter Mastrantuono Markets in 2020 took investors on a wild ride, but ended broadly higher for the year. A  number of well-known names posted extraordinary gains last year, including Tesla (+743%), Etsy (+302%), Nvidia (+122%) and PayPal (+117%). […]

  • Your Home in Retirement: Rent vs. Own
    by Nicholas Stuller on January 13, 2021

    By John Drachman Some 110 million Americans will retire in 2021. Will you be one of them? If you think this is the year to start checking off items on your bucket list, you’ll want to get the answers to a few big questions out of the way first; like […]

  • Comparing Retirement: Yours and Your Children’s
    by Nicholas Stuller on January 12, 2021

    By Thomas Kostigen Time was when retirement planning was largely taken care of for you by either your employer or the government (in the form of Social Security). But individuals now have become the captains of their own retirement ships, with […]

  • Celebrity Endorsements of Financial Planning
    by Nicholas Stuller on January 11, 2021

    By MyPerfectFinancialAdvisor Celebrities have long endorsed all kinds of products from cars, foods, athletic gear and nearly every other category of consumer product. The financial services industry has had far fewer celebrity endorsers, but this may be […]

  • Elder Parent Care at Home: Costs and Issues
    by Nicholas Stuller on January 8, 2021

    By Lee Sherman No one wants to think about losing their independence, but planning ahead can mean more time for you or a loved to be at home rather than in a nursing home. For many families, it’s only a matter of time before you have to consider what to […]

  • Break Out the Passport: Luxury Travel Deals in 2021
    by Nicholas Stuller on January 7, 2021

    By Peter Mastrantuono After hunkering down at home all year and encouraged by the ever-widening distribution of a COVID-19 vaccine, Americans are itching to travel. The timing couldn’t be better. Expect an inviting combination of attractive pricing from […]

  • A Wealth Strategy for the Biden Era
    by Nicholas Stuller on January 6, 2021

    By John Drachman “He’s going to raise your taxes,” President Donald Trump repeatedly said of President-elect Joe Biden. However, this isn’t true for most households, according to a Wharton School analysis. It’s the 1.5% of households that earn […]

  • Are 401(k)s Obsolete?
    by Nicholas Stuller on January 5, 2021

    By Thomas Kostigen They are the way the majority of Americans gain exposure to the stock market. And 401(k)s are hugely popular retirement vehicles. They have been for decades. But tax laws, interest rates, and more competitive fee structures may have […]

  • Money Resolutions for 2021
    by Nicholas Stuller on January 4, 2021

    By Lee Sherman If we learned one thing from 2020 it’s that life is unpredictable and so is the stock market. Who would have predicted that the market would actually have one of its best years ever, while just about everything else was at its worst? 2020 […]