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Evidence for Time Diversification

One area where many professional advisors disagree with academics is whether stock investments tend to become less risky as you go out in time. Advisors say that the longer you hold stocks, the more the ups and downs tend to cancel each other out, so you end up with a smaller band of outcomes than you get in any one, two or five year period. 691 more words


A Goal without a plan is a Wish

In the ever changing world of today the future of the global economy has never been more uncertain. Combine this uncertainty with an overwhelming choice of investment options and the task of managing your finances and planning for the future can be extremely difficult. 308 more words

Financial Planning

Should You Change Jobs or Stay the Course?

Does sticking with the same firm actually hurt your financial potential?

If you spend two years or less at a series of jobs, is that a problem? 966 more words

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Summer Job? Time to Start a Roth I.R.A. - NYTimes.com

There is no time like the present! specially for the younger people just starting out.

Se here how a 19 year old can have a million sacked away by retirement. 12 more words

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Student lines of credit a good tool for funding education, if used responsibly

The line of credit was only supposed to be for a cheap set of wheels to get Krystal Yee to her classes and part-time jobs. 704 more words


Dream weaver, I believe we can reach the morning light

By Janice Desautels

One of my favorite sayings from a John Lennon song goes, “Life is what happens to you while you’re busy making other plans.” 548 more words

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FAO Training: Upcoming Webinar Wednesdays

If you haven’t yet taken advantage of  our free Webinar Wednesday training sessions for financial aid professionals, you’re missing out! Sessions happen Wednesdays at 11am and 2pm (Eastern time). 473 more words