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Top Six Money Traps to Avoid in Retirement

With regard to retirement planning, we tend to focus on savings. We advise you to start saving early, take advantage of all savings opportunities, and to save as much money as you can. And yes, growing a retirement nest egg is certainly…

4 Changes to Retirement Planning, That Might be Coming Soon

In today’s contentious political landscape, it is rare to see lawmakers agreeing on anything… But in late May, the Secure Act passed Congress with an overwhelmingly positive vote of 417-3. Now, the bill will move on to the Senate, where it will…

Don’t Fall for This Hype About Social Security

Sometimes, news headlines can appear more alarming than necessary. On top of that, we all hear rumors from coworkers and friends, that can be upsetting if we don’t take the time to fact check them. With Social Security being such a large…

Is An Early Withdrawal a Good Idea?

If you took the important step to open a retirement account years ago, and you’ve been faithfully saving ever since, we want to congratulate you on smart, responsible financial planning. Many people don’t think about retirement until much later, so you’re ahead…

How to Maximize Your Social Security Benefits

Most of us anticipate that our retirement incomes will be derived from several sources, such as withdrawals from a retirement account, a pension or annuity, and of course, Social Security. Part of the retirement planning process involves maximizing each of those sources,…

Rolling Over Your 401(k) to an IRA

At some point during your career, you might find yourself deciding what to do with an “old” 401(k). This typically refers to a 401(k) fund to which you can no longer contribute (such as in the case of changing employers or being…

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The Three Worst Types of Debt October 8, 2014
The Three Worst Types of Debt

High debt load is a problem for many American households. Some types of debt, like a mortgage, are practically unavoidable. But others are often unnecessary and can be devastating to your overall financial picture. To keep your financial outlook healthy, avoid these…

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The 3 Most Common Money Regrets September 24, 2014
The 3 Most Common Money Regrets

When planning for a major change in your life, it’s often helpful to talk to people who have successfully navigated unfamiliar waters. These people can share their success stories, and you can learn a lot from them. On the other hand, sometimes…

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Retired? You Can Change Your Mind! September 17, 2014
Retired? You Can Change Your Mind!

You may think that once you’re retired, it’s “game over” for your career. But the truth is, many retirees find themselves bored, unfulfilled, or developing new goals that require an increase in spending money. Maybe you retired earlier than you had intended,…

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6 Strategies to Save More for Retirement September 10, 2014
6 Strategies to Save More for Retirement

  You work hard, and you deserve to enjoy the fruits of your labor now. And yet, it’s important to find that balance between spending and saving. You can’t live your entire life watching the clock and waiting for tomorrow; but you…

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Retirement: It Isn’t All About the Money September 3, 2014
Retirement: It Isn’t All About the Money

  Retirement planning often centers around budgeting, saving money, and investing wisely. But if you want to really enjoy your retirement, creating a comfortable lifestyle is only the first step. Those who feel truly fulfilled during retirement know that it takes more…

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