Cutter Family Finance

The Cutter Family Finance articles are published in The Falmouth Enterprise and The Mashpee Enterprise every Friday.

Washington . . . Really? Time To Compromise For Our Students!

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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 […]

5 Ways to Stay Active After Retiring

While it may sound silly, the one thing many of us fail to consider when retiring is what we’ll actually do once we’re done working and actually have ample free time. Most of us have spent the time building up to retirement concerned with whether or not we’ll have enough money to retire comfortably, while […]

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, […]

Fast Forward: How Retirement is Changing

Predicting the future is a rough sort of business to find yourself in, particularly with a world that’s begun changing more and more rapidly with every passing day. Unfortunately a lot of people on all sides of retirement find themselves having to do this very thing, having to try and figure out what directions the […]

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 […]

5 Types of Grey Charges

1. Unknown Subscriptions: We’ve probably all seen this when making an online purchase- another offer or discount at checkout. You usually have to click or unclick the box. Be careful- if you don’t read the fine print you could be agreeing to another purchase! Real life example: You make a big purchase at a large electronic store. […]

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. […]