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A Quick Retirement Check-Up at Age Fifty
January 3, 2022

Once you hit age 50, you hopefully feel as though you’re on the path to a solid retirement plan… But are you? This quick check-up can help you assess your financial future and demonstrate any changes you might need to make. How is your debt load? Are you on track…

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Two Positive Changes Brought by the Pandemic
December 12, 2021

Ask anyone how the pandemic has changed their life, and you will likely hear a long list of complaints about the negative impacts. Yes, most of us can count a number of ways that the situation has changed our lives in unfortunate or disappointing ways. But as it turns out,…

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6 Strategies to Boost Your Retirement Savings
December 5, 2021

Sometimes the unexpected events of life can throw our plans out of balance. Maybe you had once hoped to reach a certain retirement savings goal at a certain age, and now you realize that you’re falling short of that goal? Don’t give up on your retirement dreams. These six strategies…

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5 Smart Steps for Millennials
November 15, 2021

We often focus on retirement planning within our blogs. Those in their thirties might think of retirement or financial planning as something that only older people think about. But now that you’ve established a career, it’s your turn! You’re making some money; now it’s time to manage it wisely. These…

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The Pandemic Prompted Early Retirement for Many
November 8, 2021

You might already be aware that the pandemic prompted something called the Great Resignation. Millions of American workers packed up and bid farewell to their employers in response to numerous changes that occurred over the past year and a half. But did you realize that many of those resigned workers…

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How Much Do Average Retirees Spend Each Year?
October 11, 2021

When you’re planning for retirement, it can feel natural to focus on meeting a specific savings goal. But we should actually be looking at your expected spending in retirement first, and then using that information to determine a retirement savings plan. So, how can you predict your budget years from…

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What Is the Debt Ceiling and Why Do We Care?
October 4, 2021

As you’ve probably heard, lawmakers in DC are currently embroiled in debate over the debt ceiling. Some want to raise it, while others remain committed to refusing. But what is the debt ceiling, exactly? And why should the average person care about it? Essentially, the “debt ceiling” refers to a…

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Why Do Some People Claim Social Security Early?
September 13, 2021

You’ve probably heard that claiming your Social Security benefits early will result in permanently lowered benefits – as much as 30 percent, if you claim them at age 62. In many cases this can be a bad idea, because naturally you want to enjoy as much retirement income as possible!…

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3 Ways to Test Your Retirement Plan
September 6, 2021

For most of us, envisioning the distant future can be difficult. That’s why saving for a distant goal can feel less than motivating. It’s no wonder so many people fall behind on retirement savings, or can’t force themselves to prioritize it! But because we will all need retirement income someday,…

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What Can We Learn from Warren Buffett?
August 16, 2021

You might think that someone as wealthy as Warren Buffett lives quite differently from the rest of us, and therefore his own financial habits wouldn’t really work for the average person. But actually, these surprising facts about Buffett cast light on some habits and choices that the rest of us…

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