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The why and how of your total wealth

Many Americans lack financial literacy. Moreover, regardless of their financial wealth, many Americans also aren’t as happy as they could be … lacking what one of our reviewers defined as “life literacy.” We wrote “Your Total Wealth: The Heart and Soul of Financial Literacy” because of these two reasons. Read more →


Use National Financial Awareness Day to take stock of your finances

National Financial Awareness Day is Aug. 14. It’s a good time to review your finances and make adjustments. The origins of the holiday are unknown but the aim of it is to develop and instill good financial practices that will solidify a person’s current financial status and serve them through retirement. Read more →


Sign up for my newsletter and get 10 money tips each week

This week, I wrote the 100th issue of my newsletter Helpful Money Tips for You. To celebrate, instead of offering my usual 10 tips, I offered 100. To sign up to get my free newsletter, go to http://eepurl.com/gkZ6JH. You'll get it in your email. Read more →


Bloggers look at health and social issues

On Saturday, I received a call from a friend to remind that nine glowing monoliths would be displayed in a local park after dark. She thought I might want to go and take photos. Glowhenge is an art project created by Dave Sederberg owner of Pacific Stage. Read more →


Proposed model annuity regulation benefits industry, not consumers, consumer groups say

State insurance regulators on the National Association of Insurance Commissioners’ Life Insurance and Annuities Committee should reject a proposed industry friendly, anti-consumer annuity model regulation. They should create a true “best interest” standard of care. Read more →


Corporations keep breaking the law due to declining federal prosecutions

Corporations keep breaking the law, and the Department of Justice keeps refusing to prosecute them, a report finds. The DOJ’s refusal to bring criminal prosecutions against big banks, big pharma, and other big businesses has led to a failure to deter repeat offenders. Read more →