The Department of Labor has proposed a complex and flawed set of new rules that will do nothing to further the goal of ensuring financial advisors put their clients first.
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Back near the peak of the 1990s tech bubble, the person who managed my 401(k) called me to complain about my account.
Dave Granlund cartoon on Black Friday parking lot congestion.
“How can I repay the Lord for all his goodness to me?” — Psalm 116:12.
I do not plan to go Black Friday shopping this year. I do intend to make some Black Friday sales purchases, but the stress and hullabaloo of actually going to a packed store to get great deals just aren’t for me anymore.
Turkish forces shot down a Russian plane near the Turkish-Syrian border on Tuesday, dangerously escalating a conflict that is expanding ever more rapidly and unpredictably.
There’s cause for concern in Hillaryland, the constellation of Democratic advisers, supporters and politicians counting on the former secretary of state to lead the party to a sweeping victory next November.
A favorite time of year has arrived for many. It’s a time for family, cheerful spirits and, well, thanksgiving. I suspect I’m like many of you who find yourself a little bit more patient with your fellow man this time of year, and, considering the events of recent weeks, the arrival of the holiday season couldn’t be more welcomed.
When I think of my favorite holidays, Thanksgiving is not generally one of them. I am thankful everyday, but Thanksgiving is mainly about food. Thanksgiving is like the appetizer before Christmas. Christmas is when we have the best foods and when family time really comes back to town.
As a radio operator-gunner crew member on a B-17 bomber stationed in England, I was shot down June 20, 1944, my ninth mission, and remained a prisoner of war in Germany until May 1945.