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Amid one of the longest economic expansions in recent American history, financial planners can’t help but be pragmatic. Sometime in the not-too-distant future – it could be months, it … more
In my work with seniors, as head of the Right at Home of Rhode Island agency, I’m often in the room during conversations about financial planning for seniors who want to age in place. more
Warren Buffett, one of the world’s wealthiest people and most influential voices in investing and finance, acknowledges that he wouldn’t have reached those heights without guidance … more
The Trump administration’s tax plan, implemented in 2018, not only brought terms such as “lumping,” “bunching,” “SALT” (State and Local Taxes) and … more
Debt is truly a double-edged sword – a blessing when used thoughtfully and selectively, but a curse when overused and relied on indiscriminately. With so much potentially at stake, anyone … more
You’ve probably read the headlines about Bernie Madoff-style Ponzi schemes; about people who call themselves financial advisers but are really product-peddling salespeople, neither qualified … more
When Zachary Weinberger and Shari Fishman met at Hunter College, in New York City, they had no idea of the extraordinary life together that awaited them. They quickly grew close, forming a bond … more
Whenever the stock market takes a negative turn, investors begin to wonder if the worst is yet to come. But panic-fueled selling in reaction to a down market can erase years of solid investment … more
In May, I sat down with Rhode Island General Treasurer Seth Magaziner to discuss the student debt crisis in Rhode Island. Here is some of that interview. Jason Siperstein: Can you give me some … more
We all know about saving for retirement, but how many of us plan for when we can no longer take care of ourselves? While many of us have concerns about health as we age, most of us simply do not … more
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