Archive for November 2017

Economic Growth Prospects for the Future

Economic Growth Prospects for the Future Are life-changing innovations a thing of the past in the United States? While today’s technology seems to advance in leaps and bounds, one economist believes it won’t change the fabric of the average American’s life the way inventions like electricity, indoor plumbing and the elevator did in the 20th…

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TFA Radio Show – Know Where Your Money Goes

When it comes to retirement spending habits and peoples’ expectations for the expenses they’ll incur in retirement, and the amount they need to save now to cover those expenses later, the picture is often pretty cloudy. This show seeks to provide clarity by examining retirement spending habits and expenses, revealing the specific expense categories and…

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Working Longer

Ah, the life questions we face. Young adults contemplate which college to attend and how that might affect their future. Women – and increasingly often, men – ponder whether to stay home and raise children, work or both. People contemplate job changes and relocations. And then, of course, a big question: When should I retire?…

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Texas Financial Advisory is coming to TV!

Have you missed out on hearing the Texas Financial Advisory show on the radio? No worries! We are weeks away from making our television show debut. The Texas Financial Advisory radio show is being adapted into a television program. We will debut in January on ABC KSAT 12 (TIME TBA).   While you wait, check…

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Wealth and Income: Some Tax Implications

What do Michael Bloomberg, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Mitt Romney all have in common? When they held public office, each accepted only $1 in annual compensation. President Trump also has chosen to forgo his pay, donating his first-quarter salary – minus an amount for taxes – to the National Parks Service. Taxes were deducted from the…

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