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  • Today's treasure hunter doesn't need a secret map or shovel to uncover wealth

    Today's treasure hunter doesn't need a secret map or shovel to uncover wealth
    Years ago, before we were married and moved to Maryland, my husband opened a checking account in Indiana and had the statements mailed to his office there. The account wasn't forgotten, just ignored. That wasn't a problem until his employer moved and the...
  • Eight things you might not know about Social Security

    Most of us know some basics about Social Security. We understand retirees can start taking retirement benefits at age 62. We realize we'll get a bigger monthly check if we wait a few years more until our normal retirement age to tap benefits. And who...
  • T. Rowe closes its high-yield bond funds to new investors

    T. Rowe Price Group closed its high-yield bond funds to new investors as of Monday, the Baltimore money manager announced Tuesday. They include the investor class shares and advisor class shares of the $9.2 billion High Yield Fund as well as the $2.5...
  • What investors can expect in 2012

    If you had slept Rip Van Winkle-style through 2011, you'd be awakening now to find that your stock portfolio was much the same as you left it. Presuming you stayed awake, you endured a volatile year for equities. Market swings were so violent that by the...
  • Global markets buckle on fears of new financial meltdown

    Global markets buckle on fears of new financial meltdown
    The strain of deteriorating economic conditions and the failure of governments to contain the damage are raising fears that a new financial market meltdown may be unavoidable. The grim mood was evident worldwide as a cascade of selling in stocks and...
  • Treasury moves away from paper to electronic savings bonds

    Treasury moves away from paper to electronic savings bonds
    The move by the federal government to end the sale of paper savings bonds at banks and credit unions next year is bad news for savers in more ways than one. The amount of savings bonds consumers can buy each year will be significantly reduced. And even...
  • 'Don't fight the fed' strategy in an era of low interest rates

    'Don't fight the fed' strategy in an era of low interest rates
    A Boca Raton certified financial planner has a strategy for savers to prosper at a time when the Federal Reserve is pushing interest rates to historic lows to jump start an anemic American economy. "Don't fight the Fed,'' said planner Mari Adam in her...
  • Use the "bucket" approach to protect your retirement nest egg

    Use the "bucket" approach to protect your retirement nest egg
    We live in an uncertain world so how can we live securely in retirement? Consider the "bucket" approach, recommends Plantation certified financial planner Ben Tobias. You put some of your retirement savings in a "bucket" for emergencies such as when the...
  • City's rush for funds could fail

    Uncertainty drove the Glendale City Council to approve a $50-million redevelopment bond last week, but it may be all for nothing. If in the coming days the Legislature approves Gov. Jerry Brown's proposal to wipe out the state's roughly 400...
  • Segerstrom Center's financial picture troubled

    Carrying debt during turbulent economic times continues to cloud the financial picture for the Segerstrom Center for the Arts in Costa Mesa, which on Tuesday saw Standard & Poor's Financial Services downgrade the investment outlook on its $232.5 million...
  • As Japan seeks to finance reconstruction, U.S. debt costs could rise

    As Japan seeks to finance reconstruction, U.S. debt costs could rise
    Japan's need to raise huge amounts of money for reconstruction after the disastrous earthquake raises the prospect of higher U.S. costs to finance its own budget deficit and ultimately higher costs to American consumers on financing everything from houses...