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A Financially Sustainable Lifestyle – Part II

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Wealth Dimensions
April 28, 2014  No Comments

In our blog on Part I, we defined a financially sustainable lifestyle as one that means living in a way that does not deplete essential financial resources necessary for a comfortable and secure future. We also discussed how many families underestimate what it takes to transition into retirement and maintain their current lifestyle. Plus, the Full Article

Quarterly Commentary – April 2014

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Wealth Dimensions
April 17, 2014  No Comments
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In the first quarter of 2014, the Federal Reserve had a changing of the guard, as Janet Yellen became the new Fed chairman replacing Ben Bernanke. Equity markets nervously awaited this transition with the S&P 500 sliding 3.56% in January, but recovering 4.31% in February and another 0.69% in March, as Yellen reassured the markets that Full Article

A Financially Sustainable Lifestyle – Part 1

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Wealth Dimensions
April 14, 2014  No Comments

In the April issue of Venue magazine, Wealth Dimensions discusses the importance of creating a financially sustainable lifestyle, or living in a way that does not deplete essential financial resources necessary for a comfortable and secure future. Individuals and couples need to plan for a standard of living that will endure over the long run Full Article