Spring is here—finally!—and I for one am glad to bid farewell to winter. Economically, this winter was a season of uncertainty. The economy was sputtering, the full effects of the sequester had been realized, new...

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We are now effectively five years into the government’s 2009 stimulus program. How’s that going for us? To save the banking system and revive the economy, the government tried TARP, tax cuts, tax hikes, and...

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2014 promises to be a year of possibilities—a year of change, progress, and success! Or not. It may be another bust. For most, it will surely be another bust. A year is what you make...

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We’re four days into the New Year, and by now almost a quarter of individuals who made New Year’s resolutions have abandoned them. The odds on New Year’s resolutions are in nobody’s favor; just 8%...

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Welcome back to the second part of our two-part series on owning versus renting. On last week’s show, I discussed the immediate and short-term benefits of homeownership, and this week we’ll explore the longer-term benefits....

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