Archive - December 14, 2011

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Two Ways to Support Your College Grads Without Letting Them Back into the House
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Here’s Why Investors Need to Ignore the Noise in the Markets Today

Two Ways to Support Your College Grads Without Letting Them Back into the House

Years ago, it was typical for recent college grads to return home to live with their parents for a few years until they were able to support themselves and live financially independent lives. Many of the financial plans we developed over the years incorporated goals to financially assist clients’ children to some extent beyond their college years. We work with clients to determine the amount of financial support they can give, and for how long without sacrificing their own financial future.

Today, we find that as adult children are approaching their thirties they are still relying on their parents for …

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Here’s Why Investors Need to Ignore the Noise in the Markets Today

As far as the financial markets are concerned gridlock means uncertainty, and uncertainty is something that markets generally abhor. It should come as no surprise that the markets have been swinging due to the Congressional “super committee’s” inability to develop a consensus on finding $1.2 trillion in budget savings over the next ten years. Since there were no immediate political consequences to not arriving at a deal, none was reached. That is a luxury that lawmakers will find in short supply over the next year.

The failure to arrive at an agreement will have consequences in about a year. There …

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