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Marotta On Money - January 23 Newsletter



Debt, Uncertainty and Volatility in 2011 (01-23-2012)

The world markets groaned as the burden of the rising American debt and the European deficit weighed down more productive countries. European authorities sought to avert a Greek default on their watch without promising to engage the same heroics for Italy. And in the United States, politicians kicked the can down the road, blaming everything except excessive spending. Global investors experienced negative returns as European markets pulled the MSCI EAFE index down 12. 14% for the year. MSCI emerging markets were down 18. 42% for the year, having been up 18. 88% the year before.
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NCEF Seminar: The 7 Secrets of Effective Inbound Marketing

The NAPFA Consumer Education Foundation is holding the following event: *Event:* The 7 Secrets of Effective Inbound Marketing *Date and Time:* Tuesday, January 24, 2012 from 7 to 8 p. m. Q & A session to follow.
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How to Double Your Retirement (12-26-2005)

Every six years you delay saving and investing you cut in half the lifestyle you will have in retirement. You owe it to yourself and your family to make certain that your financial New Year's Resolution are kept this year. Here are ways to save and to invest that are simple and specific enough to keep. Tell someone. Goals that are shared are ten times more likely to be acted upon. Don't wait until you have everything set up to seek out accountability.   Set goals. If your goals aren't concrete and specific they won't be achieved.
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