October 2007
Issue: 50
Welcome
 
Greetings!

When it comes to investing we keep in mind the advice of legendary investor Warren Buffet. He thinks of himself as an owner, not a trader, who buys businesses, not stocks. If a business works at $40 a share, he loves it when the market lowers it because he can own more at a lower price. What philosophy do you follow?

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Ghosts and spirits from the past join characters from the present at the historic Alden House in Duxbury on Saturday evening October 20 from 6:00-9:00 pm. 
Come for a tour! If you dare!

In This Issue
10 times you can't afford to skimp
23 surprising things you can get for free
Little splurges are the killers.
50 best values in public colleges
Quit work for a year
Hit the road for a scenic autumn drive
10 times you can't afford to skimp

Money isn't everything, especially when it comes to your safety, your comfort or your time ... and especially your life.

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23 surprising things you can get for free

Sometimes you get what you don't pay for. Here are nearly two dozen of the best freebies and - most important - how to score them.

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Little splurges are the killers

Americans talk a good game about saving and paying off debt, but they sabotage their efforts by splurging on meals out and other little luxuries, a survey says.

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50 best values in public colleges

Kiplinger's ranks schools that offer academic excellence at an affordable price. The key to making the grade: high standards and generous aid.

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Quit work for a year: Here's how

Yearning for a change of scenery or maybe a new sense of purpose? Don't just dream -- begin planning. Here are seven steps to get you started.

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Hit the road for a scenic autumn drive

Watch the cranberry harvest in Massachusetts, view elk in Colorado or drive the 2,000-mile Great River Road along the Mississippi River.

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Cheers,

Paula Harris and Bill Harris, CFP
WH Cornerstone Investments
781.934.9154
www.whcornerstone.com