The Shot Across The Bow

Two weeks ago we talked about the upcoming Federal Reserve meeting in my column “What’s For Breakfast?” This week I want to talk about the results of that meeting and the impact it has had on the financial markets.   This past week I finished teaching a very popular course for senior citizens on financial […]

Five Tips To Avoid Vacation Debt

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Thanks Mom! Now What Do I Do?

Earlier in the week, I got an interesting call from a nice young woman from Mashpee who wanted to make an appointment to see me. Kathleen is 45 and her mother passed away last year after a lengthy illness. Kathleen told me that her Mom left her and her brother, Teddy, who is age 55, […]

Five Financial Lessons To My Kids . . . From Dad

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What’s For Breakfast?

My 12 year-old daughter, Maeve, has challenged me to run the Falmouth Road Race with her. Because I am a competitive type of guy, I can’t let a 12 year old beat me – even if she is family. So, I am in training and like everyone else in training, breakfast is part of my […]

Oh No! Will We Ever Retire?

Quite often, various media outlets will ask me to comment on a financial topic. Last Thursday, New England Cable News (NECN) invited me to be a guest on their Morning Show with Bridget Blythe. Ms. Blythe asked me to talk about a recent study conducted by the Pew Research Center titled Retirement Security Across Generations. […]

Dear Washington, Don’t Touch My IRA!

I will talk to anyone who will listen to me about financial, wealth and retirement planning. I like discussing current economic decisions and how it will impact us in the future. Heck, if there is no one to talk to, I often talk to myself. My three daughters think I am crazy. What is crazy […]

Retirement: Do Not Fail To Plan

My coffeemaker is set to brew at 4:50 am. I get up every weekday at 5:00 am and sit down on the couch for a few minutes while I scan through the Wall Street Journal and flip between the futures on CNBC and my local Fox station. As I do this, I drink coffee and […]

When Will The Music Stop?

I have received many emails from our readers asking me to comment on the Dow hitting 15,000 last week after writing my April 14th Column, “You’ve Been Warned.” So here I go.   Most of my readers know me as a pretty much of a straight shooter. Love me because I will tell you the […]

Optimizing Social Security: A College Education

Two to three times a year I teach a course titled “Rejuvenate Your Retirement” at some local colleges. This course is extremely popular amongst the pre-retired and retired communities. I put this course together from real my life private practice experiences to help educate people in such areas as retirement income, health care and estate […]