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  • How Much Will I Get in Social Security in My Retirement?

    Most people end up relying on benefits from the government when they retire — specifically, Social Security benefits. Social Security is a program run by the government that provides you money in your retirement based on a number of different factors; the only main caveat is that, unless more money is provided, the government’s Social […]

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  • Poverty Prevention for Millennials: Education, Employment, Saving

    Millennials (adults ages 18-32) constitute the largest and best-educated age group in today’s society, according to Wendy Wang, co-author of “The Millennial Success Sequence,” with W. Bradford Wilcox, an associate professor of sociology at the University of Virginia. But they risk poverty due to lifestyle choices, according to Wang and Wilcox. The authors contend traditional […]

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  • The Top Five Regrets of People About to Retire

    People usually consider retirement a relief from the daily grind of hard work. However, not everyone is able to live out their golden years in as much comfort as they would like because they have not provided adequately for their retirements when they were still working. Often, as younger adults, people put off thinking about their […]

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  • 7 Ways to Celebrate Paying Off Your Mortgage

    For the vast majority of people, the day you ‘buy’ your house is the beginning a long line of mortgage payments. Slowly and diligently over time, you watch that number go down. This gets especially exciting, almost nail-biting, in the very last year as you anticipate the moment when your home will be 100% yours. […]

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  • 5 Key Decisions of Estate Planning

    No one wants to think about what happens when you’re no longer here — especially if you’re younger, still have kids at home and are in the process of building your career. You might think estate planning is only for older people who are closer to the end of their lives, but it’s important for younger […]

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  • Understanding Traditional IRA Withdrawal Rules

    An important part of retirement planning is understanding the rules the IRS sets in relation to traditional IRAs. These traditional IRA withdrawal rules exist in an effort on part of the government to make sure IRA money is used specifically for one’s retirement. Breaking IRA withdrawal rules can result in you having to pay a […]

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  • 7 Reasons Why You’re in Debt Up To Your Eyeballs

    If yours is one of the 80% of American families that hold some form of debt, you’re at risk of finding yourself on the slippery slope toward being eyeball-high in debt with little hope of ever digging yourself out. A good way to avoid this kind of financial catastrophe is to understand why people allow […]

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  • What Do Americans Do With Their Tax Refund?

    Tax refunds: While many taxpayers are not looking forward to a refund, there are millions who will get this windfall in 2017. During 2016, the average refund was  $2,860 and a recent survey suggested this year the numbers may be similar. However, what may surprise you is the way taxpayers intend to use their 2017 […]

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  • Is Obamacare in a Death Spiral? The Latest News May Suggest It

    With the election past us things are not looking well for The Affordable Health Care Act (AHCA), or Obamacare if you are so inclined to call it. President Trump has been working on some new legislation concerning the bill, and these may yet hasten the inevitable death spiral which the AHCA is already sinking into. […]

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  • A Common Misconception About Active Wealth Management

    For decades, the average American has used mutual funds to grow their money. The typical mutual fund is “actively managed”, which is a great selling point for the fund. Most people think active management will maximize growth when markets are going up, and minimize, or even eliminate, loss when markets are in decline. That’s a common […]

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