The Most Important Tip for Retirement Saving

Last time, we had fun being indignant about people who make six-figure income and are going broke. I’m pretty sure the majority of people making that level of income are smart enough to live within their means. There are just a few rare cases that are spending way too much and can’t save for the rainy days. I’m not sympathetic at all because middle class ho
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Can you Really Ever Trust a Religious Based Mutual Fund?

It has been a few years since I took look at religious based mutual funds, but a recent Kiplinger’s article brought the topic back to my attention.  While I think the goal of providing someone an easy investment vehicle that matches their religious intent is a commendable goal, I can’t imagine it being possible. The article,
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Co-op Preschool Can Be Pretty Involving

Whew, last week was back to school and it was quite busy for us. RB40 Junior moved to a co-op preschool this year and it will be a lot more involving than last year. Actually, it was a tough decision for us to change schools. He liked his old preschool and his best friend is still there. I hate to separate the buddies, but they’ll be going to different elementa
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