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Is buying lunch ruining your retirement fund?

Is buying lunch ruining your retirement fund?

Expert reveals how coffee, muffins and lunch can add up to more gold in your golden years

As a registered investment advisor, Steve Orr is used to juggling millions, but he knows those millions started out as pennies.

“It’s the little things,” said Orr, president and owner of the Orr Financial Group. “It’s the dollar here, two dollars there things that we pick up every day that start to add up. The insidious thing is that it still doesn’t add up to so much that we think it could make a difference in our futures, because we only see those expenses in terms of the dollars we spend, but not the dollars – plus the interest – we could be earning on them.”

 

Micro Integration Services of N.J. has impact on corporate giving to nonprofits

Micro Integration Services of N.J. has impact on corporate giving to nonprofits
BY TOM PERIĆ
NEWJERSEYNEWSROOM.COM

MEDFORD — Micro Integration Services (MIS) ( misdb.com ) has completed its sixth year of supporting and updating the database for the 32nd Edition of the Corporate Givin...

Black swan funds: Do they make sense?

Black swan funds: Do they make sense?
BY GERALD J. ROBINSON
NEWJERSEYNEWSROOM.COM

Armageddon: a decisive or catastrophic conflict—usually associated with doomsday and the “end of days.”

Many investors are increasingly worried that another cr...

New Jersey Pathways apprenticeships program receiving $205,000 from state Dept. of Labor

New Jersey Pathways apprenticeships program receiving $205,000 from state Dept. of Labor

The state Department of Labor and Workforce Development and the state Employment and Training Commission announced on Monday the release of $205,000 over the next year to support the New Jersey Pathwa...

35 N.J. tourism promoters to share $400K in state aid

35 N.J. tourism promoters to share $400K in state aid

Grants range from $20,000 to $1,000

35 tourism-related organizations have been awarded a share of approximately $400,000 in state marketing grants to help expand tourism in New Jersey, the Division of ...

Term or whole life insurance? Answers to tough questions about insurance

Term or whole life insurance? Answers to tough questions about insurance
BY WARREN BOROSON
NEWJERSEYNEWSROOM.COM
BOROSON ON MONEY

Term or whole life insurance?

At what age should you consider buying long-term care insurance?

If you have disability coverage from your job, might ...

Fred Kreitzberg: A renowned construction manager

Fred Kreitzberg: A renowned construction manager
BY WARREN BOROSON
NEWJERSEYNEWSROOM.COM

Fred Kreitzberg wasn’t voted "Most Likely to Succeed" by our June 1952 Memorial High School graduating class in West New York. (The kid who was voted "Most Likely"...

JP Morgan to pay New Jersey municipal bond holders $1.3 million in restitution

JP Morgan to pay New Jersey municipal bond holders $1.3 million in restitution

JP Morgan Chase & Co. will pay municipal bond issuers in New Jersey approximately $1.3 million in restitution as part of a $92 million, national settlement related to alleged anti-competitive and ...

'Boutique' casinos could be coming to Atlantic City boardwalk

'Boutique' casinos could be coming to Atlantic City boardwalk

Would be located in new 200- to 500-room hotels

Three applicants have expressed interest in opening so-called “boutique casinos” in Atlantic City, the state Casino Control Commission announced on Frida...

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