How to Manage Finances When Your Parents Can’t

In place of our monthly post, we are providing an article from Lucy Lazarony, who among other professional pursuits, writes for NextAvenue.org, a PBS-sponsored website for those age 50 and over. The topic of the article is financial care giving for your parents, something many of us must manage. As many of you know, my care […]

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Seven Financial Lessons from the Greatest Generation

This month’s post is a bit more philosophical than usual. Often I provide market reviews, the latest on Washington’s background chatter on things financial, Federal Reserve policy, etc. In other works, hard information you can put to use. But equally important to information is the mindset we bring to money. Some people can have all […]

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Caring for Aging Parents (written May 2013)

This month’s post will take a break from market commentary and recaps of the ever changing discussions in Washington, D.C. that might affect your pocket book. Instead, I’d like to discuss a personal financial planning issue that touches many of us: caring for an aging parent, financially and otherwise. I’ll share some personal experience on […]

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