How Risky Do You Want To Be?
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“Bet on red.” replied my mother, “Now, let’s talk about how much risk you want to take.”

The Use of Covered Call Options
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It is usually better to be a seller of options than a buyer of options.

Financial Planning Beyond Your Wedding Day
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In addition to registering for a blender and picking floral arrangements, make sure that your marriage has the financial accounts and monetary habits necessary to meet your shared financial goals.

Tax Cuts For Those Who Pay
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The people who pay the highest taxes get the most benefit from a tax reduction. Tax them too much, attack them for being wealthy, and they just may not show up at the table anymore.

Tax Freedom Day 2003 Arrives in Virginia on April 15th
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If you add the costs of complying with government regulations, the cost to society is over 50%. Imagine the economic boom if the other half of workers’ labor were set free to boost productivity!

The History of Mutual Funds
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Today, we have 8,269 mutual funds. About one-third of all common stocks are held in mutual funds.

Strategies for Today’s (Fall, 2002) Stock Market Investing: Why Your Portfolio May Not Be Ready
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Recently record amounts of money have been taken out of stocks and put into bonds. These investors assume that at least their money will be safer in cash or bonds. These assumptions are wrong.

The Five Most Important Documents to Have
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If you think estate planning information is hard for you to pull together, imagine how difficult it will be for someone else who is asked to fill your shoes in an emergency!

How to Avoid Higher Cost Mutual Funds
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If you rely on a commission-based financial product salesperson, you will probably be sold the wrong kind of funds.

How to Avoid Another Stock Market Bubble
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Congress contributed greatly to the bubble through the distorted incentives created by the tax code.

Tax Freedom Day 2001 Arrives in Virginia on April 30th
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These are no longer the questions of the idle rich desiring to hoard their inherited wealth.

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