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Great Recession Strikes Home

According to a new study by Prudential Financial, the majority of women today are financially responsible for providing their own and their families’ income. Among the 1,400 women surveyed, 53 percent are primary breadwinners, and 22 percent of women who are married or living with a partner report being the one who makes the most…

A Health Care Plan – For You

A survey released in late July found that one in three doctors say they will quit practicing medicine in the next decade. But not because they’ll retire. Reasons given included declining reimbursement, unprofitable practices, and the high cost of doing business. According to the report, “this confluence of economic and regulatory pressures is driving some…

What "Recovery" Feels Like

What “Recovery” Feels Like Today’s headlines are dominated by the claims, promises, accusations and trash talk of our noble presidential candidates. Each says they’re fighting for the future of middle-class Americans, a category of citizens for whom neither can admit to being a card-carrying member. But who is the middle class, anyway? Recent research and…

Making Homeownership Viable Again

There’s been discussion in recent years about renting being a better investment than buying a home. Analysts have emphasized that homeowners need to take the perspective that owning a home is more about quality of life than the road to riches. But that’s like saying don’t invest in stocks when prices are low, which is…

Midyear Recap

The commentaries are in – July brought with it a host of analysis about how the economy is doing so far this year.   According to Fidelity Investments, “The U.S. remains in a mid-cycle expansion and the corporate sector remains solid, but improvement has slowed, and global and policy risks dampened the overall outlook for…

Banks: Too Big to Break Up?

After the Great Depression, Congress passed the Banking Act of 1933, which included banking reforms such as the Glass-Steagall Act (named for its Congressional sponsors, Senator Carter Glass (D) of Virginia and Representative Henry B. Steagall (D) of Alabama). That Act was designed to limit the activities and affiliations commercial banks could engage in with securities and securities firms. In…
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