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September 21, 2022

10 Quick Tips About Blogging The right way

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5 Retirement Concerns Too Often Overlooked
September 21, 2022

5 Retirement Concerns Too Often Overlooked

Retirement is undeniably a major life and financial transition. Even so, baby boomers can run the risk of growing nonchalant about some of the financial challenges that retirement poses, for not all a

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Required Minimum Distributions 101
September 21, 2022

Required Minimum Distributions 101

Understanding mandatory retirement account withdrawals.If you are approaching your seventies, get ready for required minimum distributions. You may soon have to take RMDs, as they are called, from one

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How SECURE 2.0 Might Change Retirement
September 21, 2022

How SECURE 2.0 Might Change Retirement

The SECURE Act of 2019 represented the biggest update to retirement law in over a decade. Now, Congress is deliberating on what “SECURE 2.0” legislation might entail.In March, the House passed the Sec

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Creating A Retirement Strategy
September 21, 2022

Creating A Retirement Strategy

Most people just invest for the future. You have a chance to do more. Across the country, people are saving for that “someday” called retirement. Someday, their careers will end. Someday, they may

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The Retirement Reality Check
September 21, 2022

The Retirement Reality Check

Little things to keep in mind for life after work. Decades ago, there was a book titled, What They Don’t Teach You at Harvard Business School. Perhaps someday, another book will appear to discuss

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“Unretiring” to Stay in The Game
September 21, 2022

“Unretiring” to Stay in The Game

Knowing when it’s the right time to retire can be difficult, especially if you love your job. Even professional athletes have a hard time knowing when to walk away! These athletes thought they were

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Tax Planning: New Tax Brackets for 2023 Released!
November 11, 2022

Tax Planning: New Tax Brackets for 2023 Released!

Tax Planning: Amid soaring inflation, the IRS this week announced higher federal income tax brackets and standard deductions for 2023.

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End Of The Year Money Moves
December 12, 2022

End Of The Year Money Moves

What has changed for you in 2022? This year has been as complicated as learning a new dance for some.

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Helping You Avoid Scams This Holiday Season
December 16, 2022

Helping You Avoid Scams This Holiday Season

Social Security-related scams continue to be widespread, especially during the holidays.

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2022 Year In Review
January 9, 2023

2022 Year In Review

THE YEAR IN BRIEF2022 was a year of challenges for investors. High inflation challenged consumers and the Federal Reserve, which took the benchmark interest rate to a level unseen in 15 years.

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How to Prepare for Tax Season
February 7, 2023

How to Prepare for Tax Season

In this guide, we will explore where your tax dollars go, some of the ways tax filing may look different, and what you can do to prepare.

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3 Things Seniors Should Buy In 2023
February 15, 2023

3 Things Seniors Should Buy In 2023

3 things that every senior should have in 2023

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Exploring National Parks in Retirement
April 21, 2023

Exploring National Parks in Retirement

For many older adults, finding time to experience nature can be one of the greatest pleasures in retirement.

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Climbing Solo
May 2, 2023

Climbing Solo

I recently watched a very inspiring movie titled, Free Solo. It was about a rock climber named Alex Honnold. Alex is a professional adventure rock climber whose audacious free-solo ascents of America’

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Avoiding Financial Scams
May 26, 2023

Avoiding Financial Scams

Last weekend, I watched an informative segment on CBS 60 Minutes. The report featured in depth information about financial scamming.

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Keeping Track of Finances
June 26, 2023

Keeping Track of Finances

Do you feel like you're spending too much time keeping track of your finances? ‍When planning for retirement, it is important to have a reliable source for your budget and finances.

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Recording Your Household Belongings
July 12, 2023

Recording Your Household Belongings

Do you have a record of your personal belongings in your home? Recently, when updating our homeowners policy, I realized that I do not have official documentation of all the contents of my home.

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How to Avoid Mistakes in Your Financial Plan
August 4, 2023

How to Avoid Mistakes in Your Financial Plan

Financial Planning isn't a "one size fits all" approach. Each individual and couple has their own unique situation and goals for the future.

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How to reclaim your inactive 401k...
September 22, 2023

How to reclaim your inactive 401k...

Did you know that 1 in 5 Americans have inactive 401(k)s worth thousands of dollars? Don't let your hard-earned money go to waste! Here's how to reclaim yours.

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Challenges for Women In Retirement
November 6, 2023

Challenges for Women In Retirement

Did you know that women tend to outlive men? Also, their healthcare needs differ (and healthcare costs tend to be higher). What are your options?

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Year End Financial Checklist
December 11, 2023

Year End Financial Checklist

As 2023 comes to a close, reflect on where you’ve been and where you’d like to go. As the year wraps up, it’s natural to think about your goals — professionally, personally, and financially.

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8 Retirement Planning Do's and Don'ts
February 7, 2024

8 Retirement Planning Do's and Don'ts

Are you recently retired, or do you hope to retire in the next several years? Why reinvent the wheel when you can learn retirement planning lessons from the millions of people before you? 

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