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An Overdrafted Roundup

Let’s start this week with My Retirement Blog’s U.S Retirement System a Success. To be fair, Andy doesn’t quite agree with the title, but was referencing a paper put out by the Investment Company Institute (ICI). I’ll be reading the paper and writing my own take on it later this week. Now that she’s finished [...]

A Cinco de Mayo 2013 Roundup

Cinco de Mayo is not Mexican Independence Day which is on September 16. It was first celebrated as a way to commemorate the cause of freedom and democracy during the first years of the American Civil War,and today the date is observed in the United States as a celebration of Mexican heritage and pride. Just [...]

Frontline – The Retirement Gamble

Last February, I asked the question – Are you 401(k)o’ed? I was concerned that my readers might not have been aware of the fees they were paying inside their 401(k) retirement accounts. It seems that this topic has hit the mainstream media, and recently, PBS’ Frontline ran their story The Retirement Gamble which you can [...]

A Getting Back to Normal Roundup

I remember David Letterman’s first broadcast after 9/11. He stood in front of the audience and said he was having a tough time getting back to work, going from such horrific events to getting back on stage trying to be funny. I am a Massachusetts resident, and while I live over 20 miles from Boston, [...]

A 2013 Tax Weekend Roundup

Let’s start this week with an exciting milestone in my life. My first radio interview has now made it to a Podcast. My daughter thinks this makes me famous, but I told her I’m famous only in my own mind. Last September, I attended the annual Financial Bloggers’ Conference, and one day at lunch I [...]

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