Archive for February, 2014

077 If I Say ETF One More Time, Someone Gets a Prize!

In today’s episode of the Financial Procast we’re talking about the Guggenheim group getting sued–kind of, ETF portfolios lag traditional mutual fund portfolios, retirement savings tax breaks may be cut for high earners and myRA’s gonna save us all.


076 No Profits, No Match

Here’s what we have on tap for today:  Millennials are stingy with their money, 401k matches get cut, another life insurance company sheds their broker-dealer and one CEO says the poor should stop whining.


The Life Foundation’s Miserable Valentine’s Day Fail

While we have no particular interest in being pariahs, we certainly have received a good amount of admiration for holding the insurance and financial services industry accountable on its many foolish blunders. To be fair, it’s not as though this industry is unique and with an overabundance of missteps and such, we just happen to […]


075 We Have to Pass It to See How It’s Gonna Work

In episode 75 of the Financial Procast: Hartford wants to buy back old fixed annuity contracts The National Women’s Law Center says Long Term Care insurance is covered by PPACA Advisors whine about their clients not giving referrals Changes you can expect for 2013 tax return


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