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What Are the Odds of a Fourth Stimulus Payment?
May 5, 2021

Since the passage of the American Rescue Plan in March, the IRS has distributed more than $379 billion in stimulus funds to the American public. While a welcome relief to millions of households, poll respondents say the money won’t last three months. So as our economy continues to rebound in…

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As Real Estate Prices Soar, Is it Time to Reconsider Your Retirement Plan?
April 19, 2021

While many industries took a beating in 2020, you could say that real estate enjoyed a surprising surge in many areas. With many people eager to move during the pandemic, demand for new housing drove up prices at a surprising rate. As prices continue to soar in some locations, some…

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23 Ways to Revamp Your Financial Life
April 11, 2021

If you’re like a lot of people, you’ve noticed that setting goals and attaining them are two very different things. Why do we often set goals and then fail to achieve them? Psychologists say that in order to reach our goals, we must describe them in specific and measurable and…

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Can I Avoid Taxes on Social Security or Retirement Benefits?
March 15, 2021

Many things will change in retirement, from your budget to your overall lifestyle. But some things never completely change, and income taxes fall into that category. Most retirees are still required to file tax returns and do pay some amount of income taxes each year. You might be surprised to…

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Missing Tax Documents? Here’s What You Need to Do
March 8, 2021

Tax season is no one’s favorite, but it’s a part of life for all of us. So you’re probably getting ready to file your 2020 income tax returns sometime within the next month or so. But what happens if you don’t receive all of the important documents you need to…

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What Happens if You Underpay Your Taxes?
February 8, 2021

For most workers, Form W-4 (filed with your employer) allows you to claim exemptions and accurately estimate your income tax liability pay period. But sometimes, changes during the year such as marriage, divorce, or a raise can throw off those estimates. If you’re pushed into a higher tax bracket, you…

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This Tax Deduction Could Lead to Big Savings
February 1, 2021

At the end of December 2020, Congress passed a large spending bill addressing many of the problems we faced in the last year. For taxpayers, one aspect of that bill might hold promise in lowering income tax liability, both now and for many years to come. In response to the…

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6 Things That Might Surprise You About Retirement
January 11, 2021

After decades of planning, you might expect your retirement years to unfold just as you imagined. Hopefully that will be the case, but we wanted to warn those of you still in the planning stages: These six things often take retirees by surprise. You might still work. Some retirees simply…

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7 Financial Planning Resolutions to Make in 2021
January 6, 2021

Over the past year, we’ve all been reminded of the importance of preparing for emergencies. Now, it’s time to put those lessons to work. The following resolutions can help you get your finances in order now, so that you’re better prepared to weather any storm that comes your way in…

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5 Ways to Safeguard Your Financial Plan
December 14, 2020

If we’ve all learned anything this year, it’s that unexpected events can really throw us for a loop. Throughout 2020, some people have experienced financial hardship, whereas others have enjoyed smooth sailing so far. But we can all learn some important lessons from these turbulent times. Never assume anything and…

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