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Paula Hogan
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Attended Princeton University
Lives in Milwaukee, Wisconsin
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Fee-Only Financial Planning Firm Milwaukee WI
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  • Princeton University
    1971 - 1975
  • Harvard School of Publich Health
    1976 - 1978
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In the midst of a tumultuous election season and in a world that feels in disarray, I find it helpful to pause and consider how well do I actually understand the differing points of view at large in the public forum right now. If you share this point of view, you might find the following books as thought-provoking as I have in my last few months of reading.

Each book offers a window into an important thread in our current public conversation (3 identified below). The unifying themes are the intersection of personal and cultural identity, and the importance of the person-to-person relationship.

http://blog.paulahogan.com/wealthinking/four-fun-books-about-what-really-makes-the-world-go-round
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Investing has some similarities with the weather. You can’t control the weather but you can control where you live and how you dress. Analogously, when investing you cannot control returns but you can control how much risk you take. A risk management approach to your finances means that you focus on what you can control (risk and risk protection strategies), not on what you cannot control (returns).

http://blog.paulahogan.com/wealthinking/portfolio-planning-in-retirement-the-risk-management-approach
A risk management approach to your finances means that you focus on what you can control, not on what you cannot control.
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Whoa—the New Year is already underway. Are you ready? Here are some ideas for starting the New Year off right (and realistically) before it’s too late.
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A fundamental strategy in financial planning is to create options and safety nets for an unknown future. Tools for doing so are highly valuable. Reverse mortgages are now another tool in that tool kit. They are worth a fresh look.
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Highlights from the CFA conference this year:

http://blog.paulahogan.com/wealthinking/investing-in-a-changing-world
"Investing in a Changing World" was the organizing theme for the CFA conference this year. Key themes included the business and ethical case for doing good, the impact of technology, and geopolitical trends.
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There is a whole body of research aiming to define procrastination and its consequences -- and also why it happens and what you might do about it. You are not alone!

http://blog.paulahogan.com/wealthinking/procrastination
When you procrastinate, it’s a painfully solo journey. But there is a body of research aiming to understand why it happens and what you might do about it.
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Here's how disciplined investors incorporate value stocks into their portfolios -- and take the drama out of day to day investment decisions.
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This is a guest post from my friend and mentor Ed Jacobson, the author of Appreciative Moments from which this delectable Thanksgiving essay is exerted Enjoy!
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In the prior post, we described reverse mortgages as an emerging, multi-purpose planning tool for managing cash flow in the second half of your life. In this post, let’s take a look at some nitty gritty details on the costs and mechanics and history of reverse mortgages.
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