Month: April 2016

Is a Recession and Bear Market in the Cards?

Investors are fed up! With the market having gone virtually nowhere for almost 2 years, but with increased volatility and heartache, people are wondering if earning nothing on their cash might be better than writing another check to this bi-polar stock market. Who can blame them…but don’t throw up the white flag just yet!

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This Week On Smart Money with Keith Springer – 7 mistakes to avoid in retirement planning – 04-30

It’s complicated, this retirement thing. Whether you are already retired or planning for it, there are certain mistakes you simply cannot afford to make. Tune in this week as Keith explains the 7 mistakes you must avoid in retirement planning and unveils specific strategies to achieve your goals with the least risk possible! SATURDAY AT […]

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Key Tax Code Changes for 2016

2015 was a good year for the Springer Turkey Challenge, as we helped to feed over 15,000 people. What a thrill! We were able to collect $1,620 from contributions, up slightly from last year. Normally I match each contribution, dollar for dollar, but I wanted to “give back” more to the community this year and contributed $5,000. This gave us a total of $6,620 to help feed those most in need. What a thrill! Proceeds went to the Sacramento Food Bank, Stanford Settlement, and Make A Wish.

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This Week On Smart Money with Keith Springer – Understanding the Key Tax Code Changes for 2016 – 04-23

Congress made some significant tax law changes at the end of 2015 that will drastically affect every investor. Many provisions were revised, extended or made permanent for 2016 and beyond. Tune in this week as Keith explains what you need to know for tax year 2016, and how to invest appropriately. SATURDAY AT 1PM AND […]

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Does a Strong Yen Mean a Weak US Stock Market?

2015 was a good year for the Springer Turkey Challenge, as we helped to feed over 15,000 people. What a thrill! We were able to collect $1,620 from contributions, up slightly from last year. Normally I match each contribution, dollar for dollar, but I wanted to “give back” more to the community this year and contributed $5,000. This gave us a total of $6,620 to help feed those most in need. What a thrill! Proceeds went to the Sacramento Food Bank, Stanford Settlement, and Make A Wish.

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This Week On Smart Money with Keith Springer – What Do Investors Want In A Financial Plan? – 04-16

5 Critical Steps for stress-free and successful retirement Creating a “retirement master plan” is essential to retire comfortably. Even before you think about the investments that you should be invested in, you need a plan to tell your portfolio what to do so you can get the very best returns but with the least risk […]

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Why the Clock is Ticking Against the Stock Market

2015 was a good year for the Springer Turkey Challenge, as we helped to feed over 15,000 people. What a thrill! We were able to collect $1,620 from contributions, up slightly from last year. Normally I match each contribution, dollar for dollar, but I wanted to “give back” more to the community this year and contributed $5,000. This gave us a total of $6,620 to help feed those most in need. What a thrill! Proceeds went to the Sacramento Food Bank, Stanford Settlement, and Make A Wish.

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This Week On Smart Money with Keith Springer – Are you Prepared for the 3 Distinct Phases of Retirement? – 04-09

Are you Prepared for the 3 Distinct Phases of Retirement? Retiring isn’t just flipping a switch at 65. There are 3 distinct phases every retiree goes through which require very different investment strategies. Tune in this week as Keith explains the 3 phases every retiree must prepare for and unveils specific strategies to make sure […]

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Check Out The Party Pictures

 Check out the memories from the much anticipated Springer Book Release Party last week,  [Best_Wordpress_Gallery id=”6″ gal_title=”Springer Book Release Party”]

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