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September 2016 -
Tips on trying to meet two great financial goals at once. Saving for retirement is a must. Saving for college is certainly a priority. How do you do both at once? Here are several suggestions.
August 2016 -
How gloomy is the future of Social Security? No one wants to see it go away, so what might Congress do to address the crisis? Here are possibilities to keep in mind as you plan your retirement.
July 2016 -
When you have a close call with serious injury or worse, you start thinking of your family’s—and your—financial well-being. Most people should have these basic stop losses in place.
June 2016 -
Will your assets go where you want them to when you die? Let your heirs know how they will receive retirement assets and insurance benefits. Here are several important tips.
May 2016 -
Long Term Care Riders. As conventional LTC policies grow costlier, alternatives have emerged.
April 2016 -
Today’s retirees must be more self-reliant than their predecessors. Here are some pitfalls--but our retirement can be long and comfortable, especially if we use retirement planning as a valuable tool.
March 2016 -
Powerball fever swept across America, with a record jackpot. Millions lined up for lottery tickets. This tiny chance at wealth was more alluring than the practical steps for retirement security.
February 2016 -
Make sure you understand the “Know Before You Owe” (TRID) initiative. The new rules simplify mortgage shopping. Whether you are buying or selling, talk to your realtor and mortgage lender about them.
January 2016 -
Two-thirds of us have no financial plan. Retiring without a financial plan is an enormous risk; retiring with a financial plan that hasn’t been reviewed in several years is also chancy.
December 2015 -
What financial, business, or life priorities do you need to address before—and for—2016? Now is a good time to think about your investing, saving, or budgeting methods for specific objectives.