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Clark B. Hoover

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Employer Years Dates
UBS Financial Services Inc. 6 years, 7 months Jun 2013 - Present
Acacia Blue Asset Management LLC 3 years, 1 month May 2010 - Jun 2013
Goldman Sachs & Co. LLC 1 year, 9 months Jul 2008 - Apr 2010
Goldman Sachs & Co 2 months May 2007 - Jul 2007
University of California - Los Angeles (Ucla) - Ca 1 year, 9 months Sep 2006 - Jun 2008
Blue Lava Group 11 months Sep 2005 - Aug 2006
Ynet News 1 year, 4 months Feb 2004 - Jun 2005

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Life Changes: Helping Your Advisor Help you
Published 2013-01-03 18:01:24
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    Is it ok to ask my financial adviser what funds they invest their personal assets in?
    Alan, your question is a fair one and I would recommend that every client ask this question of their advisor. While it is highly likely that the client's investment needs will differ from those of the advisor, here are some red flag questions I would recommend that you keep in mind: (1) Does the ad...  (more)
    Answered Dec 2012
    Is now the time to invest some of my emergency savings?
    Zoe, The answer to your question really depends on your individual situation. You may want to keep the money in cash as an emergency fund just in case. If you want to invest it, then be sure that you understand the potential risk and return associated with your investments. If you want to designate ...  (more)
    Answered Jan 2013
    I need to withdraw money from my 401(k) account as soon as possible. Please let me know how to do this.?
    As you probably know, tapping into your 401(k) should be a last resort, but in these difficult times many people must use this option. Fortunately most 401(k) plans have a loan provision that allows you to borrow from your 401(k) without penalty, i.e. withdraw the money, as long as you pay it back w...  (more)
    Answered Dec 2012
    The company that I work for provides me with a 401K plan. There is no "matching" of contributions. Is it to my advantage to contribute to this rather than a Roth IRA of my own, where I have control over the funds?
    Donna, you're way ahead of the game by asking this question. If your employer does not match your 401k contributions, then I would recommend that you contribute the maximum to your IRA and any excess to your 401k.401K Contribution Limits2012: $17,500 / $22,500 for people 50 or older2013: $17,500 ...  (more)
    Answered Dec 2012
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