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Q&A | 5 Questions With an Investor on 401K's After Stocks Swing

Q&A | 5 Questions With an Investor on 401K's After Stocks Swing

By Stephen Nessen | August 09, 2011

After another volatile day on Wall Street, WNYC checked in with Erika Safran founder of Safran Wealth Advisors, to see how her clients - many retired and living off of their 401Ks and investments - are reacting.

 

Weigh Options Before Paying Off a Mortgage

Weigh Options Before Paying Off a Mortgage

By Jeff Wuorio | July 29, 2011

Living without a mortgage may be every homeowner’s dream. But before you pay off your mortgage early, consider these:

 

Falling Down the Career Ladder

Falling Down the Career Ladder

July, 18 2011

Pop quiz: You’re out of work, you can afford to keep looking and you just got a job offer that can best be described as, eh. What do you do?

 

Hitting Up The Family Bank

Hitting Up The Family Bank

CNN / Jan 3, 2011

“Certified financial planner Erika Safran of New York says family members can make the loan process more formal by including a payback schedule and charging interest. Safran says lenders, particularly parents, should carefully weigh the circumstances of a loan request before agreeing to loan the money.”

 

If The Bank Goes Under, Does Your Account?

If The Bank Goes Under, Does Your Account?

Nancy Mann Jackson | December 21, 2010

What if My Bank Fails?
More than 150 American banks have failed this year... 

 

Is Going Back to School Worth It?

Is Going Back to School Worth It?

By Jeff Wuorio | Fidelity Interactive Content Services

It can be the answer to unemployment and a key to job satisfaction, but more than anything else, going back to school is a big financial decision.

 

Freelancing? How to Save for Retirement

Freelancing? How to Save for Retirement

By Susie Poppick

Question: I’m facing a layoff this year. What’s the best way for a freelancer to save for retirement? — Danica, Los Angeles

 

Spoil Your Kids With Love, Not Money

Spoil Your Kids With Love, Not Money

We all want the best for our kids.  All too often, though, parents fail to provide one of the most important tools for real world success—financial literacy. Worse yet, many parents

 

Wealth Managers-Clients May Need More Reassurance Than Ever

Wealth Managers-Clients May Need More Reassurance Than Ever

By John McCrank

TORONTO, May 11 (Reuters) – “The end of capitalism as we know it,” was the message a client had left for Erika Safran of Safran Wealth Advisors while she was on a flight last Thursday afternoon. “The world is falling apart.”

 

Best Ways to Tap Your Retirement Cash

Best Ways to Tap Your Retirement Cash

By Jeanne Lee | April 20, 2010

In normal times, a prudent rule for managing your finances is: Don’t ever take money out of your IRA or 401(k) money before age 59½.

 

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