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Kiplinger – August, 2016
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Kiplinger – January, 2017
Take Biases and Backgrounds into Account When Seeking a Financial Adviser
Kiplinger – June, 2017
Financial experts say it's not always advisable to drop life insurance
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette – August 1, 2017
Anticipated interest rate hike offers good news, bad news
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette – December 5, 2016
Loan activity from 401(k) plans rising
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette - March 23, 2016
Investors grapple with the question: When should you spend your savings?
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette - August 21, 2015
Stock market highs don’t translate to portfolio
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette - March 6, 2015
Private student loan can outlive student
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette - September 12, 2014
Fearing a bond fund run, Fed is considering exit fee
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette - August 15, 2014
Employer 401k Match Often Not Enough For Retirement
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette - February 26, 2014
Target Date Funds Still All The Rage
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette - February 16, 2014
Senior citizens carrying more debt, mostly from mortgage
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette - July 11, 2013
Retirement happens even without a plan
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette - May 1, 2013
Retirees face taxation deadline
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette - December 16, 2012
Fall from 'fiscal cliff' hazardous for Pennsylvania
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette - October 30, 2012
How to Invest for a (Mostly) Tax-Free Retirement
CNBC.com - June 19, 2013
7 Tips to Make Retirement Savings Last
USA Today - May 7, 2014
7 mistakes to avoid in retirement planning
USA Today - May 22, 2013
Retirement: Plan ahead for these 5 nasty surprises
USA Today - April 8, 2013
5 Financial Resolutions You Need to Make
Fox Business - December 31, 2013
How to Create a Successful Savings Plan
Fox Business - March 7, 2013
Five Retirement Mistakes Boomers Should Avoid
Fox Business - August 3, 2011
Part I: Will Plan Sponsors Leave the Under 30 Crowd Doomed to Repeat 401k History?
Part II: Does Guaranteed Income Really Make Sense as a 401k Option?
Part III: How Do 401k Annuity Options Increase Plan Sponsor Fiduciary Liability?
Fiduciary News - May 22-31, 2012
Health Care Is the New Wealth Care
Advisor One - December 26, 2011
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