The Proof Is In The Pudding…Really? What Flavor?

I do not hide the ball from my clients and prospective clients.  I am more than straightforward with my advice about where to store their wealth since I even publish my recommendations.  But there are dangers to being this overt and frank.  One is the danger that my advice could be misconstrued or over-simplified.  A (Continued)

How Do You Make Him Shut Up?

I get asked “money” questions all the time. The most common query by far is: “I have some money in an old 401(k).  Do you think you could do anything with it?  It’s just sitting there and I don’t know what to do with it.” I hate that question.  I have nothing against the person (Continued)

Goodbye Cruel World…Not!

When telling jokes one ought not lead with the punchline. Though I am not telling a joke, I will lead with the conclusion: It is impossible to escape the trials and tribulations of life and the more that we try to do so, the less we understand life itself…or the Giver of Life. On my (Continued)

From Jerusalem to Jericho: A Personal Review of Samaritan Ministries

In August of last year, I left health insurance behind and joined the ranks of the uninsured.  Well, sort of, but I will get to that in a minute. Yes, I decided to go without COVERAGE.  I left the holy mount of Jerusalem (healthcare benefits) and went down to the lowly town of Jericho (a (Continued)

Operation Twist…and Shout?

Killing the American economy has proven quite difficult for the liberals, but that hasn’t stopped them from trying. And trying some more! Now it appears that their moronic policies are even threatening what I have described before as “the best place to store money.” This week Reuters ran an article about the dangers of Operation (Continued)

The Best Place To Store Money

Blogger’s Note: This article was originally written in September 2009 as an email to clients. Here are a few excerpts from an article in this month’s Financial Planning magazine entitled: Better Than Nothing: Clients are piling up cash for both anticipated spending needs and future opportunities. But where do you put it? In the country (Continued)