Archive - October 8, 2014

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Fed Minutes Hint At Rates Staying Low for A Longer Time
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Medicare Part C: Our Supplemental Coverage Series from Our Private Client Event
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Ten Essential Tips for a Bright Financial Future

Fed Minutes Hint At Rates Staying Low for A Longer Time

 

Today stocks rallied dramatically with the SP up 1.75% because release of last month’s Federal Reserve minutes showed the Fed may keep rates low for a longer than expected time.

The stock market is inefficient to leap to such a wrong conclusion about stock values. This is the same error as when the great mortgage bubble collapsed in mid-2007 and Bernanke cut the Fed Funds rate August, 2007 and the market rallied even though it was just before the start of a huge 53% crash from the October, 2007 peak.

The Fed is worried that the dollar index which …

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Medicare Part C: Our Supplemental Coverage Series from Our Private Client Event

In our continued series from our Private Client Roundtable event earlier this year, Mr. Tom Clark gives us the details on supplemental coverage. As mentioned last week there are three possible broad supplemental options, today we continue with a second possible supplemental option:

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AKA Medicare Advantage and AKA Medicare Part C:Medicare Part C
  • Very much like a Medicare HMO
  • Set co-pays for expenses
  • Very competitive keeping costs down
  • Sixteen possible options in Dallas, similar options most likely in larger urban areas
Important Tool for Picking the Correct Plan: Due to the afore-mentioned competitive options, finding the… Read More

Ten Essential Tips for a Bright Financial Future

  1. bright financial futureSee a lawyer and make a Will. If you have a Will make sure it is current and valid in your home state. Make sure that you and your spouse have reviewed each other’s Will – ensuring that both of your wishes will be carried out. Provide for guardianship of minor children, and education and maintenance trusts. If you have divorced and remarried, make sure that your retirement account beneficiary designations are up-to-date reflecting your current situation.
  2. Pay off your credit cards. Forty percent of Americans carry an account balance on their credit cards or other personal credit – this
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