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Learn These Basic Facts About Social Security
April 18, 2016

One day, Social Security will comprise part of your retirement income. That’s the way it works for most of us, and yet a lot of people still don’t know much about the system. No one is saying you should memorize every rule and regulation; the system is too large and…

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Remember These Important Tax Deductions and Credits
April 11, 2016

Now that Spring is in full swing, it’s time to file your federal income taxes. The deadline to file your tax return this year is April 18, and if you’re like a lot of people you haven’t even gotten started! Try not to get into such a rush that you…

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One Route to a Stable Retirement Income
March 13, 2016

Can I really live off of my retirement fund for the rest of my life? What if I run out of money? What if I live much longer than I expected? Can I live on Social Security alone? Will I become a burden on my family? These are some of…

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Does Your Life Insurance Still “Fit”?
March 7, 2016

If you selected your life insurance policy years ago, you most likely followed the typical protocol for choosing a policy: You estimated your family’s financial needs in the event of your death, you compared costs and benefits of different policies, and then you selected a life insurance plan that offered…

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Drop These Bad Financial Habits
February 15, 2016

Now that January has come and gone, how are your New Year’s resolutions holding up? Hopefully, you’re making great progress! But keep in mind that it’s never too late to make a positive change, especially when it concerns your finances. As you continue to hone your financial planning skills, check…

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The Changing Horizon of Retirement
February 8, 2016

Did you decide upon a plan for retirement years ago? Have you thought about it since then? If not, it’s a common mistake. Many people assume that their retirement plan is set in stone, and they don’t need to revisit their decisions. Unfortunately, the horizon of retirement is changing all…

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6 Steps to Save More in 2016
January 25, 2016

The beginning of a new year is a great time to reflect on your long-term goals. Are you on track toward building a comfortable nest egg for retirement? If you’ve realized that you need to make some adjustments to your savings plan, good for you! Seeing the need for a…

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Bad News for Social Security Recipients
January 4, 2016

If you’re retired and drawing Social Security benefits, you might have felt disappointed to learn that you won’t be receiving a cost of living adjustment (COLA) for 2016. Or, if you’re still preparing for retirement, you might wonder what this news means for you. Read on for answers to some…

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Avoid This Common Retirement Mistake
December 27, 2015

You’ve worked hard to save for retirement, and you’ve accumulated a tidy nest egg. But now you’re facing a financial situation, and you’re tempted to borrow from your 401(k) fund. There might even be people trying to convince you that this is a good idea. In most cases, borrowing from…

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Have You Heard These Social Security Myths?
December 14, 2015

As you plan for retirement, you will face a number of big decisions. But none are so complex as the ones surrounding your Social Security benefits. The number of rules, regulations, and loopholes surrounding Social Security is confusing enough, but then you also have to deal with persistent rumors and…

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