Monthly Archives: February 2011

Cats and Quakes

We have cats in our house.  That’s not the same as saying “we have mice in our house”.  Some people, who don’t like cats, might think it is.  And, I understand their feeling.  After all, we do have quite a … Continue reading

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Saving for Retirement: Dissecting the Past and a Warning for the Future

A vast swath of baby boomers (and others, frankly) have likely made a mess of their retirement by failing to adequately save.   What have they failed to do?  To examine that and to provide a roadmap for others to follow, … Continue reading

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“Extenders” from the Recent Tax Law Change

Here’s what’s in this article: Making A Charitable Contribution From Your IRA Itemized Deductions Are Not Taken Away As Adjusted Gross Income Rises! The Student Loan Interest Deduction Remains Available for a Wide Range of Taxpayers. Enhanced Deduction for Charitable … Continue reading

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