Terry Savage is a nationally recognized expert on personal finance, the economy, and the markets. She writes a weekly personal finance column syndicated in major newspapers by Tribune Content Agency. Ms. Savage is the author of four best-selling books on personal finance, including The Savage Truth on Money and The Savage Number: How Much Money Do You Really Need to Retire? She is a founding member--and the first woman trader--on the Chicago Board Options Exchange.
Financial columnist Terry Savage discusses two key issues that should be considered in the retirement planning for both young and old.
Seasoned financial observer Terry Savage has some suggestions for investors in what may be a more volatile year in the stock market.
Don't waste your chance: this three-point plan is crucial for all investors before the rules change again next year, writes MoneyShow's personal finance expert, Terry Savage.
A whole lot, unfortunately, when it comes to the fiscal cliff. It's no longer a far-off worry; it's happening right now, and the actions taken over just the next few days will directly affect you right away, writes MoneyShow personal finance expert Terry Savage.
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