Archive | December, 2010

What’s Your Risk Tolerance?

What’s Your Risk Tolerance? Going into a New Year with hopefully better economic and market prospects, it’s a good time to start researching investments. With that, it’s also a good time to review how much risk you’re willing to take on when making those critical decisions. It’s reasonable to assume your risk tolerance has changed […]

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Getting Ready to Sell Your House

Getting Ready to Sell Your House While most experts see little good news in 2011’s housing market, economic downturn is no reason to neglect maintenance on a home or lose sight of future plans to relocate. The critical issue is planning intelligently for what spending you do now to make sure it’s worth your money […]

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Washington Hotline – December – Week 2 – 2010

Tax Act Debate Opens in Senate On December 9, 2010, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) introduced The Tax Relief, Unemployment Insurance Reauthorization and Job Creation Act of 2010. Sen. Reid stated, “This bill is not perfect, but it provides the economic boost middle-class families and small businesses in Nevada and across America need. Middle-class […]

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Financial Issues for Long-Distance Caregivers

Financial Issues for Long-Distance Caregivers As older friends and relatives increasingly need our help, it’s not always possible for us to move back to personally oversee their care. The same goes for younger loved ones who face sudden illness or injury that robs them of their ability to care for themselves. How can we best […]

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