November 28, 2014

Financial Willpower

Financial Willpower

The amount of energy available in the brain to exercise self-regulation and resist temptation is a limited resource. When the account runs out, well… you know the kind of decisions you make.

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What Investors Want

What Investors Really Want

“In reflecting on our experiences as advisers and investors, we’ve come up with what we believe are the key and often unspoken wants and needs of our investors.”

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The Economics of a Thanksgiving Turkey

The Economics of a Thanksgiving Turkey

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The average factory-farmed frozen turkey from a grocery story is sold for as little as $0.67 per pound. Economics can offer five explanations.

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2015 IRA and Roth Contribution Limits

Here are the 2015 contribution limits and income phaseouts for contributions to Traditional IRAs and Roth IRAs for retirement saving planning.

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Principles of Spending

Five Principles Of Spending

How to judge if your money was well spent.

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Fraud pretending to be from Paypal

Ten Red Flags Of Emails Trying To Steal Your Identity

Eternal vigilance is the price of liberty.

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Partial Shutdown Needed

We Need a Partial Shutdown of Government

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Unless McConnell is willing to risk a government shutdown, he will ultimately have to acquiesce to Obama’s wishes.

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Wilted Leaf

Radio: Parts of the Government Should be Shut Down

David John Marotta was interviewed discussing government waste and what would happen if parts of the government were shut down.

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The Drive of the Lottery

Mailbox: Which States Allow Prize-Linked Savings Accounts?

There are thirteen states so far. Does your state allow them?

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Don't Peek

Bogle’s Best Advice: Don’t Peek

When it comes to finances, just shut your eyes and keep them closed.

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