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  • Big blues

    Big blues
    When Ginni Rometty addresses restless shareholders today at IBM’s annual investor day, it will be with the practised air of someone used to handling the regular upheavals of the industry. “This company reinvents itself every decade. It&...
  • Bay Bank partners with Founders Financial

    Bay Bank partners with Founders Financial
    Bay Bank announced a partnership Wednesday with Founders Financial Securities LLC to provide the regional bank's customers with financial management and investment services. Towson-based Founders Financial will start working with the bank's investment...
  • Will your child know you love them?

    Will your child know you love them?
    Spring is officially upon us, and while April showers keep us inside, it’s the perfect time of year to sit back, reflect and embark on meaningful home projects. It’s also a great opportunity to talk about your family’s future. After...
  • You're ready to retire -- your spouse is not

    My dear aunt came to her career late after a long marriage and raising several children, so she expects to work for quite a few more years. In her 60s, she had to end a relationship because he was retired and wanted to travel and relax, while she had...
  • The fallacy of Financial Literacy Month

    April is Financial Literacy Month and to mark the occasion, the National Foundation for Credit Counseling released a new survey about our money habits and our feelings about our financial lives. The survey found that 41 percent of respondents would...
  • How we make retirement decisions

    Sweeping generalizations about how men and women think about money have always rubbed me the wrong way. Obviously, these are deeply personal and unique feelings. Still, I like to rely on quantifiable evidence when possible, at the very least to help...
  • Avon's Seymour Reitman Remembers Battle Of The Bulge, 70 Years Ago

    Avon's Seymour Reitman Remembers Battle Of The Bulge, 70 Years Ago
    Seymour Reitman remembers the start of the Battle of the Bulge as the time "when all hell broke loose." Reitman, 89, of Avon, was a private first class in the U.S. Army as Allied troops forged into Germany in late 1944. But the German army launched...
  • College Baseball: Waves blank 'Eaters

    There is, in UC Irvine baseball coach Mike Gillespie's esteemed opinion, no room for error with the Anteaters this season, let alone two. Two UCI errors contributed to three unearned runs in the sixth inning, though there were other concerns as well in a...
  • Investment advice for small investors

    I have been fielding a number of questions lately that go something like this: "I have just retired/I am just starting out and need help with managing my money, but it doesn't seem like most brokers or advisors want to work with smaller clients. What...
  • Race organizer TriColumbia plots way to get back on track

    Race organizer TriColumbia plots way to get back on track
    The Columbia Triathlon Association — one of the country's premier endurance race organizers — expects to be taking event registrations again and offering reassurance to nervous athletes on its website next week after drafting a plan to put the...
  • Inheritance: To spend or not to spend

    So, you're getting an inheritance. You're not alone. Whether you are a recipient of one of the 20,000 or so estates worth more than $20 million that are transferred each year, or something less than that, it's estimated that there will be trillions of...