By Charlie Palmer – AKA Paw Paw
When I read this article today all I could think about was; what if that was my wife, my daughter, my granddaughter? Isn’t this America where all people should be treated equal?
Here is the link to Larry Downing’s article, I hope you will share it. http://www.theatlantic.com/sexes/archive/2013/03/many-working-class-women-are-already-leaning-in/273948/
By: Jinny Gudmundsen
Imagine this: Your grand child is enjoying some iPad playtime while you enjoy the silence it brings. But as you cook dinner uninterrupted, your grand child (whom you have allowed to play a “free,” educational app that you approved ahead of time) is happily buying add-ons [...]
By Dennis Miller
In one our recent issues subscriber Jory G. sent us the following question:“I have a 401(k) with my present employer that has a number of investment options, virtually all of which are mutual funds. Is it possible for Mr. Miller to address in a future letter what we might do to maximize [...]
How Open Innovation Could Help Fund Your grandchild’s Future
(Editor’s note: We think this is a cool idea for today’s computer savvy grandparents to explore ways to help put their grandkids through college.)
Education doesn’t come cheap and putting the children through college can be one of the biggest drains on a family’s finances.
By Dennis MillerIt can be mighty hard to earn any interest at all in today’s banking environment. Many investors are looking to riskier investments to find the kind of returns they once got from an FDIC-insured CD or even a savings account.
But don’t despair. There are still a few decent ways to make [...]
By Dennis Miller
My good friend Rob recently paraphrased Warren Bufett as saying, “If he knew where he was going to live for the next decase, he’d buy a house with a long-term mortgage.” Buffett thought a mortgage was a good hedge against inflation, because the homeowner would pay off the mortgage with cheaper dollars [...]