22Dec

American Voters May Be Catching On

Last November’s election may not have made huge waves, but it’s clear that in many ways voters are not happy with Congress and their elected leaders for a perceived lack of progress. A large number of bills that originated in the House have been stalled in the Senate for some time now. Starting in January, […]

11Sep

Jordan Goodman on Money Answers Show

Jordan Goodman interviews Ted Leutz and Lynette Robbins on the power of planning and working with a Strategy Team that assists their clients in building a pathway to financial freedom. http://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/66045/overcoming-the-fears-of-outliving-our-incomes —

10Jul

Fed Sets October End for Bond Buying

Central Bank Officials See Economy Gathering Strength; Timing for Rate Hikes Still Under Debate By JON HILSENRATH and PEDRO NICOLACI DA COSTA Updated July 9, 2014 7:07 p.m. ET Federal Reserve officials agreed to end the central bank’s bond-buying program by October. WSJ’s Pedro da Costa has the details on the News Hub with Sara […]

30Jun

The Whole Brain Concept

Several years ago, when author Daniel Pink released his book “A Whole New Mind”, it quickly became a best seller. In his book, Pink chronicles the journey from the Industrial Age to the Information Age to what is called the Conceptual Age. He points out that while we have many things going for us, we’re […]

17Jun

IMF Cuts U.S. 2014 Growth Forecast to 2%

Wall Street Journal By IAN TALLEY June 16, 2014 2:38 p.m. ET WASHINGTON—The International Monetary Fund, forecasting that U.S. inflation will sit below the Federal Reserve’s 2% target through 2017, said the central bank should keep its policy rate near zero even longer than investors now expect. In its annual review of the U.S. economy, […]

26May

What Do You Want More?

If you were retiring today, what would you immediately begin doing? Many of us would answer with things like building a mountain cabin that we could enjoy or purchasing a retirement condo in a resort somewhere beautiful. So, why don’t we start enjoying these kinds of things right now? Most people will answer that they […]

23May

Financial Goal of Homeownership is on Decline

Half of U.S. Adults Say Having Enough Money for Retirement is Top Objective DENVER—A new survey conducted on behalf of the National Endowment for Financial Education by Harris Poll finds that 50 percent of American adults say the top financial goal that is most important for them to achieve in their lifetime is having enough […]