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Create a Legacy for Your Grandchildren
July 13, 2015

People often say that grandchildren are one of the greatest joys in life. You get to enjoy spoiling them, while the parents do most of the hard work! Of course, what we really mean by “spoiling” is that grandparents are often in the ideal position to provide the children with…

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Older Workers Should Prepare for Career Changes
July 6, 2015

You’ve been in your career for the past few decades, and you might assume that you will hold your current position until retirement. Indeed, it may be difficult for most older workers to imagine switching fields this late in their careers. That’s a perfectly normal way to feel. But with…

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3 Surprising Facts About Income Taxes
June 22, 2015

Many taxpayers, especially those in the higher income brackets, were disappointed in the 2014 tax laws passed by Congress.If you’re facing higher income taxes in the coming year, consult with a skilled tax professional to brush up on your tax knowledge, because some of these facts may have a surprising…

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6 Ways to Make the Most of Your Retirement Income
June 15, 2015

Most retirees live on a fixed income, and most retirees also worry about whether this income will be sufficient to cover their living expenses. If increasing your income with a part-time job is not an option, your other option is to reduce your expenses. Remember these six ways to make…

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Seven Reasons to Save With an IRA
June 8, 2015

Are you already saving for retirement via a 401(k) fund, and you want to make sure you have enough to retire? Or are you self-employed, and you need to find a way to provide a comfortable retirement income? Whatever your situation, an Individual Retirement Account is often the answer to…

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Answers to the Most Common Social Security Questions
June 1, 2015

When you think of any large government agency, you probably think of complicated procedures and stick red tape. True, it can be difficult to unravel the web of rules and regulations concerning Social Security. But the most common concerns about Social Security are usually the easiest to answer. Read on…

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8 Steps to Retirement Success
May 25, 2015

As you’re planning for retirement, it can be difficult to keep track of everything you need to do. You may also question whether you’ve really saved enough money to retire. Follow these eight steps to retirement, and you can start this new phase of your life on a firm footing….

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Watch Out for These Retirement Pitfalls
May 18, 2015

Once you retire, you will be living on a fixed income for the rest of your life. If you’ve planned well, you will hopefully enjoy a roomy budget and a comfortable retir ement. But even if your retirement income today matches well with your current expenses, what about the future?…

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Managing Your Finances When Boomerang Kids Return
May 11, 2015

The term “boomerang kids” has recently been coined in response to the trend of post-college adult children returning to the family home. In this economy, many young adults experience trouble landing a job that pays a living wage while allowing them to repay college loans. In many families, the solution…

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6 Steps to Stress-Free Tax Filing in 2016
May 4, 2015

If you’re like millions of other Americans, you filed your federal income taxes last month. Now, you feel as though you need a month-long vacation to recover from the trauma. If you’re tired of the shock and exhaustion that tax season seems to bring to your life each spring, there…

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