Accounting/Economics

Eight Mistakes That Can Upend Your Retirement: Avoid These Situations, if You Can

Pursuing your retirement dreams is challenging enough without making some common, and very avoidable, mistakes. Here are eight big mistakes to steer clear of, if possible.


Making Investment Decisions

Are your choices based on evidence or emotion?


Midlife Money Errors

If you are 40 to 60 years old, beware of these financial blunders and assumptions.


Strategic vs. Tactical Investing: How Do These Investment Approaches Differ?

Ever hear the term “strategic investing”? How about “tactical investing”? At a glance, you might assume that both these phrases describe the same investment approach.


When You Retire Without Enough

Start your “second act” with inadequate assets, and your vision of the future may be revised.


End of the Year Money Moves

Here are some things you might want to do before saying goodbye to 2018.


The Retirement Mind Game

Your outlook may influence your financial outcome.


Starting a Roth IRA for a Child or Grandchild

This early financial decision could prove profoundly positive over time.


A Cost-effective Approach to Treating Pediatric C-diff

Fecal microbiota transplantation (FMT) via nasogastric feeding tube (NGT) is a cheaper yet similarly effective treatment method for recurrent Clostridium difficile infection (CDI) in children when compared with FMT via colonoscopy or nasoduodenal tube, a study from Children’s Hospital Colorado has found.


Open Payments: Creating Public Transparency in Industry-Physician Financial Relationships

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act Sec. 6002, once referred to as “The Sunshine Act” and now known as “Open Payments,” establishes a disclosure program on a national scale that promotes transparency of the financial relationships between the medical industry (“reporting entities”) and physicians and teaching hospitals.