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  • CFPB takes on financial designation titles

    The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) has honed in on an important question: What do the various "senior designation" titles that financial advisers use to market their services really mean? As an answer, the CFPB recently delivered a report...
  • Seniors on the Go: Looking for overseas retirement?

    Seniors on the Go: Looking for overseas retirement?
    Is one of your plans for 2013 to retire somewhere your retirement income will stretch the furthest? Or are you just beginning to scout out retirement options? In any case, you might well want to check out one or more of the most highly recommended...
  • OfficeMax executive apologizes over 'daughter killed' mailer

    OfficeMax executive apologizes over 'daughter killed' mailer
    An off-and-on customer of OfficeMax, Mike Seay has gotten the office supply company's junk mail for years. But the mail that the grieving Lindenhurst, Ill., father said he got from OfficeMax last week was different. The envelope appeared to be a typical...
  • Retirement: Staying on home turf

    Almost 90 percent of people over 65 say they want to live in their home and community as long as possible, according to a report by the AARP Public Policy Institute and the National Conference of State Legislatures. A whopping 80 percent believe they will...
  • Don't be too loyal to loyalty cards

    In a past column, I took on the topic of rewards credit cards and came down neutral to negative on the concept. Basically, I believe in keeping my finances idiot-proof -- that is, as simple as possible. I know I'm more likely to make good financial...
  • An ounce of fraud prevention is worth a pound of cure

    Financial fraud is alive and well, and claiming more victims than ever before. Scams are getting more sophisticated and harder to identify, and even seasoned investors are falling for them. Fortunately, the strategies of scam artists have been examined in...
  • Help for entrepreneurs with disabilities

    It is no secret that it is difficult for new small busineses to succeed. Most small businesses fail within the first few years of existence. Many founder because of inadequate funding. It is practically impossible these days to borrow from financial...
  • Seniors on the Go: Look to April for best positioning cruise rates

    Seniors on the Go: Look to April for best positioning cruise rates
    Over the years, I've pitched "positioning cruises" as one of the top travel bargains you can find, and this year will be no exception. The best rates will be for sailings in April, with several starting in the range of $30 to $35 per person per night....
  • Reverse mortgages not for the uninformed

    "Why do I need to save? I'll just tap the equity in my house when I retire," said a former client at the end of 2006. He and his wife were in their late 50s, and I was recommending that they increase their retirement contributions. During the real estate...
  • Control manufacturer sees no industrial recession ahead

    About Moog Inc. Ticker: MOG.A Exchange: NYSE What does the company do? Manufacturer of precision control equipment 2011 Financial report (fiscal year ended Oct. 1, 2011): Net sales: $2.33 billion Net income: $133 million Q. My shares of Moog Inc....
  • Small-cap effect in January

    (EDITOR'S NOTE: Andrew Leckey, who has written his investment column for TMS for more than 26 years, will no longer write the column in order to focus on his efforts as president of the Donald W. Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism at Arizona...