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THE STEALTHY PROBLEM OF ELDER DEBT

New research shows that many older Americans are carrying more debt than they should, and often more than they even realize. Here's how to protect yourself.

INSTITUTIONAL FUNDS MAY BE THE SOLUTION

A consideration for businesses in today's markets

ARE YOU BEING SERVED?

Mid-tier millionaires have complex financial management needs.

WHAT IS A WEALTH MANAGER?

At Echelon Wealth Strategies, we have a specific view of what a wealth manager really is.

RETIREMENT: THE BIG PICTURE

Focus on the future: You could be retired for more than half the time you spent working.

IT'S A SMALL WORLD

International investing is worth thinking about.

THE HOUSING MARKET: THE BIG PICTURE

Do rising prices necessarily constitute a “bubble”?

THE INTERNET REVOLUTION

There's a world of data—for better or worse—on the Internet.

FACING RETIREMENT

Retiring from your own practice requires some crucial decision-making.

AN OLD TOOL GETS NEW AGAIN

New rules for Roth IRAs

A PROFESSIONAL'S LEGACY

A succession plan will smooth the transfer of your business ownership.

THE REAL INSIDER INFORMATION

Our job is to keep up with the latest research.

THE LATEST IN ASSET ALLOCATION

How the big boys allocate—Recent studies.

THE ECONOMY RECOVERY: WHAT'S NEXT?

The recession is officially over, but the rebuilding continues. Here's our exclusive step-by-step guide to the nation's economic recovery, detailing where we've been and where we might be headed.

THE IMPACT OF FINANCIAL REFORM

How the newly passed financial reform bill will affect you and your ability to meet your financial goals

THE STATE OF THE ESTATE TAX

Where It's Been, Where It's Going, and What It Means for You

THE NEW FIDUCIARY RULES

The SEC now recommends that stockbrokers should live by the same obligations that financial advisors have always used

WHAT'S THE REAL INFLATION RATE?

Gas prices are up 40 percent in the past year, and food prices up 15 to 20 percent, but the official inflation rate is still under 4 percent. Here's why this is not as contradictory as it might seem.

RECOVERING FROM A LOST DECADE

After ten years of virtually no growth in the stock market, investors are wondering what it will take to see strong returns again. Actively managed funds may be the best answer.

INVESTING, FAST AND SLOW

What behavioral economist Daniel Kahneman's news best-selling book can teach us about how we think about investing.

HOW TO READ EARNINGS SEASON

Four times a year, corporations release their earnings reports to an eager investing public. Here's how you can make sense of them.

AN INDEX TO THE INDEXES

The Dow Jones industrial average, the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq are all measuring different aspects of the stock market. Here's what you need to know about them.

THE REWARDS OF AVOIDING THE HERD

Smart investors know not to follow the crowds. That's why the fact that people have been pulling money out of stock funds lately could be good news for those who have stayed in them.

THE GREAT ROTATION INTO STOCK FUNDS

After several years on the sidelines, many investors are now plunging back into equity mutual funds. What will this mean for you?

WAITING FOR THE TAPER

At some point, the Federal Reserve's asset purchases are going to come to an end. What happens to the markets then?

CELEBRITY ESTATE PLANNING LESSONS

What non-celebrities can learn from the planning mistakes committed by James Gandolfini and others.

THE SLEEPY STOCK MARKET

Although the S&P 500 continues to set new highs, the market's volatility has decreased almost to nothing. What does that mean for individual investors?

THE GLOBAL VILLAGE

Economic woes in Europe can have a strong effect on the American stock market. Savvy investors know exactly how and why that happens - and make the best of it.

ROBIN WILLIAMS' ESTATE MESS

The comedian crafted an estate plan, but it wasn't enough to keep his heirs out of court. Here's what we can learn from where Williams went wrong.

ROBIN WILLIAMS' ESTATE MESS

The comedian's careful estate plan wasn't enough to keep his heirs out of court. Here's what we can learn from where the comedian went wrong.

THE STEALTHY PROBLEM OF ELDER DEBT

New research shows that many older Americans are carrying more debt than they should, and often more than they are aware of. Here's how to protect yourself.


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