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Don’t Fall for This Hype About Social Security
May 13, 2019

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 and complex government program, most of us don’t…

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5 Ways Couples Can Share Their Finances
May 6, 2019

You’ve probably heard that money is one of the leading causes of disagreement and even divorce. And yes, it is the leading cause cited in 22 percent of all divorces*. Financial discord is also one of the top three factors behind all breakups (including unmarried couples). Clearly, no matter how…

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6 Ways to Use Credit More Responsibly
April 8, 2019

When you think of financial planning, you probably focus more on saving and investing. And yes, these are important parts of your financial life, particularly with regard to preparing for retirement. But there’s another large component of sound financial planning, and it involves your spending. Not only is your budget…

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Is An Early Withdrawal a Good Idea?
April 1, 2019

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 of the game. But at some point, you…

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How to Maximize Your Social Security Benefits
March 11, 2019

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, so that you can build the most retirement…

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Rolling Over Your 401(k) to an IRA
March 4, 2019

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 laid off by an employer). The money is…

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What You Need to Know About the Property Tax Deduction
February 11, 2019

By now, you have probably heard that the sweeping federal income tax reforms have impacted the way many people itemize their deductions. In particular, the property tax deduction limit has caught plenty of attention (and complaints). So, what do you need to know about claiming this deduction, and how will…

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What to Do if You Don’t Have a 401(k)
February 6, 2019

Planning for retirement can be confusing for all of us. But if you’re one of the 38 million private-sector workers who don’t have access to an employer-provided 401(k), you’re probably feeling left out of the conversation entirely. We hear you! If you’re wondering how to save for retirement in this…

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Keep Yourself Safe From Social Security Fraud
January 6, 2019

What would you do, if you received a call from a Social Security representative informing you of a problem with your benefits? Understandably, you might feel frightened, and want to comply with their directions immediately. No one wants to lose their benefits or endure months of hassle with confusing paperwork….

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Rising Medicare Premiums Make an Important Point About Retirement Planning
January 2, 2019

By now, you have probably heard that premiums for Original Medicare Part B, along with deductibles for both Part A and B, were increased just slightly for 2019. This is no surprise, as Medicare premiums and deductibles do change periodically. For those who didn’t hear the news, let’s review the…

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