I had the pleasure of contributing to Nathaniel Fried’s recent blog, Best Books: 9 Books to Read to Learn Basic Economics. In addition to my choice of a book on basic economics by Henry Hazlitt, Economics in One Lesson, check out the other 8 recommendations.
10 Tough Conversations You Need to Have Before You Retire. Thank you to Cameron Huddleston for including me in her article for GoBankingRates.com. You’re retired, now what? For many, spending up to 10 plus hours a day working was not uncommon. What will you do to fill every day in retirement for the next 25-35 years? Knowing the answer is key to your wellbeing in retirement.
Retired? Here Are 17 No-Cost Ways to Make Money on the Side. Just because you’re retired doesn’t mean you want to abandon work completely.
The Shocking Truth of Supply and Demand in the Markets and the Retirement Saver’s Best Interest. Retirement savers can best help themselves by using their mind to concentrate on saving. They can best hurt themselves by following their passions in the investing markets.
Claim Social Security Early or Wait? Advice from the Pros. Few retirement conundrums are more confounding than this question: When should I claim Social Security benefits?
Charles Scott was honored to be asked by Kiplinges.com to comment on March 6th Tumultuous Stock Market. Advice for Investors Worried About Today’s Tumultuous Stock Markets By contributors to Kiplinger.com’s Wealth Creation channel | February 7, 2018 As the stock markets gyrate, financial professionals have been busy folks the past few days, calming clients’ nerves with their advice