Many suburban communities are undergoing change. With little or no available land in fully developed communities for new residential construction, more and more homes built after World War II are being torn down and replaced by far larger homes.
Brian Dixon with HomeStart Mortgage will complicated process of shopping for a mortgage.
The purpose of this month's edition is to help our viewers prepare for an active and successful retirement. Rather than focus strictly on the financial aspects of retirement, it will also address the human side of the issue by considering a retiree's health, their housing options and how they maintain a sense of purpose throughout retirement.
The current investment period has been extremely volatile. The Dow Jones Industrial Average and the NASDAQ Composite Index are trading at values not seen in several years. After the bombing of the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, the Dow experienced a 684-point drop on Sept. 17, the largest one day drop in history. So what can you do to reduce this volatility in your bond portfolio. Our guest, Rick Gerali, will attempt to answer this and other questions relating to fixed income investments.
Irwin C. Cohen will provide an overview of the average working family and the role of disability protection in an overall financial plan.
During 2001, Congress has been busily at work on a number of issues including tax reduction. CPA's and tax lawyers are now busily analyzing and opining about what we did or did not receive.
Gordon will discuss long term care insurance and provide useful information to viewers on what it is, who should own it, how to select coverage and the typical costs.
Although the estate tax drives a significant amount of estate planning in this country, Peppey will show there are also many good non-tax reasons for setting up a plan.