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Made in Japan

I was born in Hong Kong.  I didn’t grow up playing baseball or riding bikes because in Hong Kong, there’s no space for those things.  If you rode a bike down the street, you’d get hit by a car!

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Do You Suffer From Financial Whiplash!

Do you ever feel like you get whiplash when you watch the stock market? Me, too.

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3 Unique Financial Challenges Women Face

I grew up in a family with four older sisters, so I’ve known since I was a small child women run the show both financially and otherwise!

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Another Kind of Independence Day

July 4th is a big day in our country’s history:  Independence Day.  It’s the day we told the Brits we were going to be our own country.  We haven’t looked back since.

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The Guessing Game

Guessing games can be fun.  There’s a reason Wheel of Fortune and Jeopardy have lasted as long as they have.  But playing the guessing game in retirement may not be as much fun, especially when we’re wrong.

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The Danger of Averages

Math is a funny thing, especially when it comes to averages.  Let me show you what I mean.

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The Art of Procrastination

I have a confession to make.  I’m a procrastinator.  I routinely delay doing things I know I should do, often until the last minute, and then rush to get them completed.  Sound familiar?

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Why the Social Security Administration Can’t Help You

The Social Administration (SSA for short) can’t help you with your Social Security benefits.  That sounds funny, I know, but they can’t.     

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Vegas Has Better Odds

 Two things matter when you’re making a bet.  The first is the probability of success.  What are the chances you’ll win?  The second is the magnitude of the bet.  How much will you win or lose?

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Just What the Doctor Ordered

Let’s say you recently found out you needed open heart surgery.  Bad news, I know, but since over 500,000 similar surgeries are performed every year, there’s a very good chance it will be successful.

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