Personal Finance

Plan Now for Life’s Many Financial Stages

By Joe Bonfanti President Lincoln once said, “If I had six days to chop down a tree, I’d spend five of them sharpening my ax.” Sometimes,...
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Tips to Avoid Fiscal Setbacks for the Financially Aloof

Everybody is different when it comes to spending habits. Some may argue $150 is better spent on prime football game seats than a trip...

DIY Weddings Allow Millennials to Customize Their Nuptials and Save Money

Like a lot of modern couples, Stephanie and Daniel Braceland didn’t bother hiring a videographer for their August wedding at Philadelphia’s Reading Terminal Market. Instead,...

Spending a Little on Home Renovations Can Make You a Lot

It’s the home seller’s equivalent of the chicken and the egg. If I put a lot of money into fixing up my house, will I...

So, What’s the Plan?

Figuring out the best approach to your financial security requires a shifting focus. In a society where people have to work three jobs and still...

Risky Business

It takes a strong stomach — and unassailable advice — to figure out and adhere to an investing philosophy in today’s market environment. One of...
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Playing Hide-and-Seek With Retirement Fees

A program coming from Israel, FeeX may help you root out unwanted expenses in your retirement plan. When the Israeli crowdsourced traffic app Waze was...
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Bonding With Israel

Sure it helps Israel. But Israel Bonds might also just be that very special instrument to add to a fiscally sound investment portfolio. After facing...
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‘How I’ll Solve the National Debt’

The nation’s elders lament that they don’t want to pass the debt onto their grandchildren, yet do little to help. We turned to some...

It’s Time to Make a Year-End Tax Plan

Use these last few weeks of the year to review your investment portfolio and consider tax, financial and charitable-giving strategies. The End of the Year...