BUZ LIVINGSTON: A surplus of spring breakers and a taxing situation

Published: Sunday, February 10, 2013 at 05:21 PM.

If anything, Greece and the U.S. are even farther apart. When world financial markets face tumult, investors flock to U.S. Treasury Bills.  In a recent webinar, Year of the Snake, Doubleline’s bond maven, Jeffrey Gundlach reiterated Warren Buffett’s admonition US Treasury debt should be AAAA, no typo 4 A. Yes, America has looming fiscal issues but we are light-years from Greece.

Next week, we will point out five or more things at least as important as our debt, if not more important.  Stay tuned.  

No one has ever lost a dime in the Thrift Savings Plan’s “G” Fund, either.

Correction from last week’s column: IRA limits increased to $5,500 in 2013 with a $1,000 over-50 catch-up

Buz Livingston, CFP offers hourly financial planning and fee-only investment management to clients along Florida’s Emerald Coast.  Contact him at 267-1068, Buz@LivingstonFinancial.netor www.LivingstonFinancial.net.


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