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3 Tools to Help Survive Hard Times

May 25, 2020

Since there is so much uncertainty right now, many are making predictions about where the economy is headed, when the virus will subside, and when we will return to “normal.” While no one can be sure, it’s worth considering the…

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Retirement Planning in a Volatile Market

May 17, 2020

The recent market volatility surrounding the coronavirus may have you concerned, especially if you’re approaching or already in retirement.  Feelings of uncertainty, anxiety, and uneasiness are all common during any scary and volatile market.  These feelings are normal and sometimes it can…

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Spring Cleaning Your Retirement Accounts

March 4, 2020

By the time you’re ready to retire, you’ve probably had a number of jobs over the course of your working life. In fact, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Americans hold an average of 12 different jobs by age…

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4 Reasons to Plan for Long-Term Care Costs

February 22, 2020

There’s a 70% Chance You’ll Need Long-Term Care We can all celebrate an increasing life expectancy as we look forward to our golden years. In 1950 the life expectancy for American men was 65.6, and 71 for American women.[1] Now it’s…

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The Power of Nostalgia

January 21, 2020

You might think that the more recent an event, the easier it would be to remember it. And you might think that things that happened to you a long time ago would be harder to recall, but the human brain…

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Are You Thinking About Buying a Second Home?

January 9, 2020

A home is one of the most significant purchases you’ve made in your lifetime, so you should take your time when thinking about buying a second one. The ability to rent the house, how you will use it, and its…

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