The Myth of Steady Retirement Spending, and Why Reality May Cost Less


Do you know how much money you will need in retirement? That is the question Peter Finch poses in his recent piece for the New York Times. The sad truth is that many people have miscalculated their retirement needs. I… Continue reading


Back to School: 5 Resources for Financial Education


It’s that time again. The weather is starting to cool, and the long hazy days of summer are winding down as kids (and adults alike) retreat to the classroom. While the back to school focus is typically on children, have… Continue reading

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A Financial Advisor Cares About Your Financial Health


Being a good financial advisor is a lot like being a good personal physician. You have to listen to what the patient means, whether they are saying it out loud or not. Every primary practice doctor has this experience. The… Continue reading


Rebalance’s Gift Guide for the Smart Investor


Every year, companies come out with their “ultimate gift guide” for the husband / wife / daughter / tech geek, etc. Seemingly missing from this never-ending list of must-haves is one that caters specifically to the motivated retirement investor. Sure,… Continue reading

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Five Common Mistakes People Make When Paying for College


In her recent Wall Street Journal column, Chana R. Schoenberger details the many pitfalls that families with college-bound children face, and the simple steps you can take to prevent and/or remedy these mistakes. Read the article, in full, below. As the school… Continue reading


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