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Carpe Diem and Other Relevant Clichés

Have you thought about when you will retire, or what you will do with all that spare time? If you’re a baby boomer, that may still be a foreign idea. Like many, you may be well entrenched in your career, […]

Have We Reached “The Tipping Point”?

In New York City between 1990 and 1999, the homicide rate dropped 73 percent, burglary 66 percent, assault 40 percent, robbery 67 percent and vehicle hoists 73 percent.1 Fascinated by the question of why change so often happens as quickly […]

Tax Plans: Obama vs. Romney

Oh, there’s nothing like a good brouhaha to stir up a presidential election. If you’re a fan of political mudslinging, grandstanding rhetoric and muckraking media, you must be thoroughly enjoying this pre-election season. A big part of the presidential campaign […]

Oops, I Did It Again

September was a tough month for the GOP presidential campaign, marked by a series of unfortunate utterances by Republican candidate Mitt Romney. The most damaging of all was an hour-long video of him speaking at a private fundraiser, which came […]

The Fed Steps Up

Five million Americans have been out of work for more than six months. Less than half of the eight million jobs lost during the recession have been restored. In his press conference announcing the latest plan by the Federal Reserve […]