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A Common Scam is Targeting Medicare Beneficiaries
September 4, 2019

Imagine this scenario: The phone rings, and the caller on the other end of the line informs you of a new product that can relieve pain that you’re experiencing in a knee, ankle, wrist, or another joint. Since this is a common situation in people over 65, you surely have…

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3 Risks of an Early Retirement
August 19, 2019

We often hear from clients who hope to retire early, and from others who have already made that dream a reality. As you might expect, some are thrilled with their decisions, while others regret a few things. If you’re trying to decide whether you can retire a bit earlier than…

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Schwab Takes Over USAA Investment Accounts
August 12, 2019

If you’re a veteran with a USAA account, this news will be important to you. The Charles Schwab Corporation recently purchased one million USAA investment accounts, and the merger is likely to affect customer returns. The deal, which will close in 2020, relocates $7 billion in cash from USAA retail…

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9 Common Financial Mistakes to Avoid
August 5, 2019

Financial mistakes can cause you more than a bit of buyer’s remorse. Some can cost you the lifestyle you would have otherwise enjoyed, set you back in your career, or prevent you from putting your kids through college. In some cases, a mistake can even lead to a postponed retirement….

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Your Kids Will Follow Your (Financial Planning) Example
July 15, 2019

Once your kids have reached age 18, you’re finished with parenting, right? If you’re chuckling right now, it’s because you know that is far from the truth. Those of you with teenagers will find out soon enough! The truth is, parenting is never really “over”. It just changes form throughout…

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Avoid This Common Retirement Crisis
July 7, 2019

As you transition from your working years to retirement, it’s normal to feel a bit of anxiety over your plans. You run the numbers, you analyze your situation from various angles, and hopefully you’ve consulted with a financial advisor to establish reliable streams of income. But there is one potential…

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Top Six Money Traps to Avoid in Retirement
June 9, 2019

With regard to retirement planning, we tend to focus on savings. We advise you to start saving early, take advantage of all savings opportunities, and to save as much money as you can. And yes, growing a retirement nest egg is certainly important. Retirement planning also requires a careful analysis…

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4 Changes to Retirement Planning, That Might be Coming Soon
June 3, 2019

In today’s contentious political landscape, it is rare to see lawmakers agreeing on anything… But in late May, the Secure Act passed Congress with an overwhelmingly positive vote of 417-3. Now, the bill will move on to the Senate, where it will be evaluated (and potentially changed a bit). If…

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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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