Identity theft is a problem each of us may have to encounter at some point, but there are some economical options when it comes to protecting your identity and credit. […]
How can people widowed before retirement maximize their social security benefits? This study from the Journal of Financial Planning examines the Social Security program rules unique to widows approaching […]
This comprehensive study from the Journal of Financial Planning examines strategies for singles and couples who are deciding when to begin Social Security benefits. We recommend you discuss this […]
Newsletter Article 2nd Quarter 2009
As the head of Redwood’s Investment Policy Committee, I am often asked about our investment strategy during these volatile times. The same questions regarding […]
Gold: The New Sexy
Technology, China, Real Estate, now GOLD.
There has been a lot of noise lately about the wisdom of using gold in client portfolios. As usual, the proponents of […]
Bonds without Interest?
By Shawn Meade, CFP®, CPA, MS
I was reading Kiplinger’s recently and came across the article “Ring Out the E-Bonds, Ring in the I-Bonds” by Joan Goldwasser. That got […]