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There’s no magic age, salary level, or amount of savings you need to have before seeking out help from a professional advisor although there are several things to consider before starting your search for one. Chances are if you’re reading this blog, you’re already a...read more
(from Seth Godin’s blog dated March 19, 2021. Click here for the original post. Seth is the author of 19 books that have been bestsellers all over the world. He writes about the post-industrial revolution, the way ideas spread, marketing, quitting, leadership and most...read more
My parents drive less than 10,000 miles a year, but over time they had accumulated five vehicles with a two-car garage and a packed driveway. Insurance to cover a sports car, truck, conversion van, convertible and a Honda Fit gets expensive when you’re in your late...read more
I’ve been very lucky to make great friends throughout my life. College teammates, professional colleagues, and neighbors to name a few. This past weekend I went on a golf trip with five of my best friends dating back to grade school and high school. We’ve been...read more
For the second time in the last few months, my oldest and I spent a few hours surfing YouTube looking at various campus tours and other informational videos on her current list of potential colleges. While only a freshman, Dad apparently passed down some of his early...read more
It’s a Friday night in the late ‘90s. You grab a pizza. Then on the way home swing by Blockbuster to get a couple of VHS tapes, and if you’re lucky enough your parents let you grab a box of candy at the counter before checking out. There are fewer things more...read more
(by Weston Wellington Vice President, Dimensional Fund Advisors LP. Original post can be found here and was published on March 10, 2021.) “Everything you don’t understand about money combined with everything you don’t understand about computers.”—HBO’s Last Week...read more
If you feel the only news you read lately is bad news, it might not be your imagination. A group of researchers from Dartmouth and Brown Universities studied all the COVID-19 related news articles published by U.S. major media outlets written since January 1, 2020 and...read more
March 23, 2020 marked the low point of the pandemic induced market crash. On that day, the S&P 500 reached a low of 2,192 before closing at 2,237. This marked a nearly 34% decline from a then record high set just weeks earlier on February 19, 2020. To put this...read more
From time to time, certain items in my blog folder don’t require a full blog post, but still feel like they’re worth mentioning. With a hat tip to the Jeopardy catch-all category for unrelated topics, find some of our TAAG Blog potpourri below. Unemployment Fraud With...read more
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