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Retirement Planning 101

Are you intimidated by the “foreign” language associated with retirement planning? Don’t worry, you are NOT alone! Plus, the basics are actually quite simple and the big shots of the finance world just use fancy words so they can justify their paychecks. 1,589 more words

Personal Finance

A Struggle to write ~ A helpful post from a fellow blogger

I’m struggling to find words to write my next post on selectionsofreflections while I continue with my personal journey with the pattern of life. Meanwhile, here is a link to a post from a blogger friend Pat Ruppell who is going though an equally difficult battle but for different reasons. 118 more words

Here And Now

Sanofi Fires Its Chief Executive but Retains His Global Strategy by DAVID JOLLY and ANDREW POLLACK


Sanofi’s board said it was dissatisfied by its relationship with Christopher Viehbacher, who had led the French pharmaceutical company since 2008. 14 more words

Another College Expense: Preparing for the SAT and ACT by ANN CARRNS


Test-preparation tutors and classes can be expensive, but there are less costly alternatives.

Published: October 28, 2014 at 08:00PM

from NYT Your Money… 7 more words


There are no vacations on the list right now.  A trip with the oldest grandson in April will need to be planned soon, but I am looking for something a little sooner.   109 more words


"I don't need a new house - I need an extension!"

I have sympathy with the pension managers of large employers who are being expected to adopt the pension reforms. It is not their job to make Government policies work, rather it is Government’s job to make pensions work- especially for employers who are expected to stump up the money to manage and run staff schemes. 728 more words


The ‘Russification’ of Oil Exploration by ANDREW E. KRAMER


Despite the imposition of sanctions against Russia by the United States and the European Union, Moscow has vowed that drilling will continue. 15 more words