Everyone wants to know if they are on track for a successful retirement and if they can afford to retire. Improvements in health care, along with longer life expectancies, have changed the idea of retirement from slowing down to more ...Read More »
Cyber attacks and costly accidental losses of sensitive personal and financial information are no longer confined to retailers like Target and Sony or banks and investment houses like JP Morgan. Professional service companies — accountants, lawyers, financial advisers and insurance ...Read More »
One thing I believe we all agree on is that dealing with risk in everyday life is constant. Whether it’s career choices, personal health decisions or financial decisions, we need to define the risk/reward payoff. We then determine what level ...Read More »
Workplace Issues: Ernst & Young settles alleged claims of sexual assault & harassment filed at EEOC: What lesson can be learned from this settlement?
The reported settlement of a charge filed at the EEOC by Jessica Casucci against her employer, Ernst and Young, involves Jessica leaving the firm. Jessica had first filed an internal complaint with the firm’s global diversity officer but was allegedly ...Read More »
The Court of Appeals 2009 decision in Mahoney-Buntzman v. Buntzman (12 NY3d 415) has greatly affected how separate/martial property and debt claims are viewed in divorce. While this decision has alleviated matrimonial practitioners of some tedious tracing labors, exactly how ...Read More »
Over the last 49 years, I have met with thousands of individual investors and have been a student of the markets and investor behavior. Why are some investors successful, and why do others fail? Dalbar, an independent research firm, studied ...Read More »