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The Rising Dollar

The Rising Dollar

I recently bought a wheel truing stand so I can keep my bike rolling smoothly. As machinery goes, it is a piece of art. Made in Germany with beautiful finishing and very tight tolerances, it is as much sculpture as it is a practical tool. The problem is that not only...

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Saving for College

Saving for College

Higher education is an essential part of any modern society. Not only does it help produce more enlightened citizenry, but higher education is also becoming increasingly more necessary just to maintain a decent quality of life in the modern economy. However, one of...

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Benefits of a Roth 401(k)

Benefits of a Roth 401(k)

It is never too soon to develop a plan that will help you make the most of your retirement years. Employer sponsored retirement plans can be a great way to save for retirement in a tax advantaged way.  Most investors are familiar with the traditional 401(k), which is...

read more
Bob and the Honeybees

Bob and the Honeybees

Fall is upon us and winter is just around the corner, and Bob just picked up about 100 pounds of honey - a reasonably good year.  Our beehives near Long Island Sound are great because they produce honey all summer long, collecting pollen from the flowers in the salt...

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Sweet Sunday Waffles

Sweet Sunday Waffles

Growing up, Sunday breakfast was a serious tradition in our household. Pancakes, waffles, and French toast were on the menu. Dad was in charge, manning the cast iron skillet or old GE waffle maker, depending on the meal. The kitchen smelled delicious. For us kids it...

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2022 Year to Date Market Update

2022 Year to Date Market Update

The roller-coaster ride of the last two years continues without a break. The pandemic sparked by COVID-19 and the lockdowns that followed inevitably led to record inflation and a period that, so far, investors would like to forget. After two terrific years in the...

read more
Thoughts on Inflation

Thoughts on Inflation

Inflation has been making news for the first time in decades. In May, it reached an annualized 8.6% year over year, a 40-year high that turned some heads. Understanding what causes it may help us to understand where it might be going and how we should prepare for it. ...

read more
The Rising Dollar

The Rising Dollar

I recently bought a wheel truing stand so I can keep my bike rolling smoothly. As machinery goes, it is a piece of art. Made in Germany with beautiful finishing and very tight tolerances, it is as much sculpture as it is a practical tool. The problem is that not only...

read more
Saving for College

Saving for College

Higher education is an essential part of any modern society. Not only does it help produce more enlightened citizenry, but higher education is also becoming increasingly more necessary just to maintain a decent quality of life in the modern economy. However, one of...

read more
Benefits of a Roth 401(k)

Benefits of a Roth 401(k)

It is never too soon to develop a plan that will help you make the most of your retirement years. Employer sponsored retirement plans can be a great way to save for retirement in a tax advantaged way.  Most investors are familiar with the traditional 401(k), which is...

read more
Bob and the Honeybees

Bob and the Honeybees

Fall is upon us and winter is just around the corner, and Bob just picked up about 100 pounds of honey - a reasonably good year.  Our beehives near Long Island Sound are great because they produce honey all summer long, collecting pollen from the flowers in the salt...

read more
Sweet Sunday Waffles

Sweet Sunday Waffles

Growing up, Sunday breakfast was a serious tradition in our household. Pancakes, waffles, and French toast were on the menu. Dad was in charge, manning the cast iron skillet or old GE waffle maker, depending on the meal. The kitchen smelled delicious. For us kids it...

read more
2022 Year to Date Market Update

2022 Year to Date Market Update

The roller-coaster ride of the last two years continues without a break. The pandemic sparked by COVID-19 and the lockdowns that followed inevitably led to record inflation and a period that, so far, investors would like to forget. After two terrific years in the...

read more
Thoughts on Inflation

Thoughts on Inflation

Inflation has been making news for the first time in decades. In May, it reached an annualized 8.6% year over year, a 40-year high that turned some heads. Understanding what causes it may help us to understand where it might be going and how we should prepare for it. ...

read more
The Rising Dollar

The Rising Dollar

I recently bought a wheel truing stand so I can keep my bike rolling smoothly. As machinery goes, it is a piece of art. Made in Germany with beautiful finishing and very tight tolerances, it is as much sculpture as it is a practical tool. The problem is that not only...

read more
Saving for College

Saving for College

Higher education is an essential part of any modern society. Not only does it help produce more enlightened citizenry, but higher education is also becoming increasingly more necessary just to maintain a decent quality of life in the modern economy. However, one of...

read more
Benefits of a Roth 401(k)

Benefits of a Roth 401(k)

It is never too soon to develop a plan that will help you make the most of your retirement years. Employer sponsored retirement plans can be a great way to save for retirement in a tax advantaged way.  Most investors are familiar with the traditional 401(k), which is...

read more
Bob and the Honeybees

Bob and the Honeybees

Fall is upon us and winter is just around the corner, and Bob just picked up about 100 pounds of honey - a reasonably good year.  Our beehives near Long Island Sound are great because they produce honey all summer long, collecting pollen from the flowers in the salt...

read more
Sweet Sunday Waffles

Sweet Sunday Waffles

Growing up, Sunday breakfast was a serious tradition in our household. Pancakes, waffles, and French toast were on the menu. Dad was in charge, manning the cast iron skillet or old GE waffle maker, depending on the meal. The kitchen smelled delicious. For us kids it...

read more
2022 Year to Date Market Update

2022 Year to Date Market Update

The roller-coaster ride of the last two years continues without a break. The pandemic sparked by COVID-19 and the lockdowns that followed inevitably led to record inflation and a period that, so far, investors would like to forget. After two terrific years in the...

read more
Thoughts on Inflation

Thoughts on Inflation

Inflation has been making news for the first time in decades. In May, it reached an annualized 8.6% year over year, a 40-year high that turned some heads. Understanding what causes it may help us to understand where it might be going and how we should prepare for it. ...

read more
The Rising Dollar

The Rising Dollar

I recently bought a wheel truing stand so I can keep my bike rolling smoothly. As machinery goes, it is a piece of art. Made in Germany with beautiful finishing and very tight tolerances, it is as much sculpture as it is a practical tool. The problem is that not only...

read more
Saving for College

Saving for College

Higher education is an essential part of any modern society. Not only does it help produce more enlightened citizenry, but higher education is also becoming increasingly more necessary just to maintain a decent quality of life in the modern economy. However, one of...

read more
Benefits of a Roth 401(k)

Benefits of a Roth 401(k)

It is never too soon to develop a plan that will help you make the most of your retirement years. Employer sponsored retirement plans can be a great way to save for retirement in a tax advantaged way.  Most investors are familiar with the traditional 401(k), which is...

read more
Bob and the Honeybees

Bob and the Honeybees

Fall is upon us and winter is just around the corner, and Bob just picked up about 100 pounds of honey - a reasonably good year.  Our beehives near Long Island Sound are great because they produce honey all summer long, collecting pollen from the flowers in the salt...

read more
Sweet Sunday Waffles

Sweet Sunday Waffles

Growing up, Sunday breakfast was a serious tradition in our household. Pancakes, waffles, and French toast were on the menu. Dad was in charge, manning the cast iron skillet or old GE waffle maker, depending on the meal. The kitchen smelled delicious. For us kids it...

read more
2022 Year to Date Market Update

2022 Year to Date Market Update

The roller-coaster ride of the last two years continues without a break. The pandemic sparked by COVID-19 and the lockdowns that followed inevitably led to record inflation and a period that, so far, investors would like to forget. After two terrific years in the...

read more
Thoughts on Inflation

Thoughts on Inflation

Inflation has been making news for the first time in decades. In May, it reached an annualized 8.6% year over year, a 40-year high that turned some heads. Understanding what causes it may help us to understand where it might be going and how we should prepare for it. ...

read more

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