Archive for Month: June

Retire and Spend Courageously

Retirement is a time of excitement and anxiety regarding if your savings will last through your entire remaining life. Many retirees find that their spending is more costly in the beginning, and slows as they age.  If you are sure you’ll be cutting back as you age, you can...

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June 2016 Newsletter

Mental Accounting: Help or Hindrance? Mental Accounting attempts to describe the process where people code, categorize, and evaluate economic outcomes for their money.  This term was developed by psychologist Richard Thaler in the late1980s when he discovered that people may have multiple mental accounts for various things, but all...

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