Author: Stacy Johnson
Stacy Johnson on January 21, 2022
The last few years have been stellar, provided that you owned stocks and a house or two. But nothing lasts forever. Here’s what’s ahead for 2022 and beyond.
Stacy Johnson on December 31, 2021
Into every life some rain must fall, but these days it seems there are more financial dark clouds on the horizon than usual. Here’s what we see and what you should do.
Stacy Johnson on December 21, 2021
For the price of a fast-food meal, you can change your life, or someone else’s.
Stacy Johnson on December 3, 2021
If you believe in a better environment and society, now you can put your money where your mouth is. But should you?
Stacy Johnson on November 19, 2021
We’re about to enter the holiday season. Before you get busy, how about investing one hour today that might save you $1,000 next April?
Stacy Johnson on November 12, 2021
Social Security isn’t the only game in town. There are other ways to achieve growing retirement income.
Stacy Johnson on October 29, 2021
Sometimes, conventional wisdom is unwise. How many of these dumb ideas have you been taught?
Stacy Johnson on October 22, 2021
Rising prices, otherwise known as inflation, could wreak havoc on stocks, bonds and the economy. The Federal Reserve says not to worry. What if they’re wrong?
Stacy Johnson on October 15, 2021
One side says the Build Back Better plan will tax the middle class; the other says it’s fully financed by the rich. Who’s right? You’re about to find out.
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