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Investing Means Tolerating Some Risk

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That truth must always be recognized. When financial markets have a bad day, week, or month, discomforting headlines and data can swiftly communicate a message to retirees and retirement savers alike: equity investments are risky things,...

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What The Secure Act Means To You, Your Taxes and Your Retirement Accounts.

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The SECURE Act brings the most sweeping changes to the U.S. retirement system in a decade. Because of that, there is bound to be some confusion about what the act actually does and how it...

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Building Your Own Private Equity Bank

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If you have money in a savings account, and you are paying off credit cards or borrowing money for any reason, learn how you can convert your debts into a lifetime of tax...

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Emergency Fund 101: Protecting and Growing Your Fund

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Over 50% of Canadians¹ and nearly 60% of Americans² report that they don’t have savings to turn to in the event of an emergency.If something unexpected were to happen, do you have enough savings to get you and your family through it and back...

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What Does “Pay Yourself First” Mean?

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Do you dread grabbing the mail every day?Bills, bills, mortgage payment, another bill, maybe some coupons for things you never buy, and of course, more bills. 

There seems to be an endless stream of envelopes from companies all demanding payment for their products and services....

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Life Insurance Helps Your Child Qualify for Federal Student Aid

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Find out how some families are lowering their taxable income...with life insurance.

When your student applies for federal student aid (with the dreaded FAFSA form), his or her eligibility depends on your taxable income.

The problem is...many...

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Retirement Mathematics 101: How Much Will You Need?

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Have you ever wondered how someone could actually retire? The main difference between a strictly unemployed person and a retiree: A retiree has replaced their income somehow. This can be done in a variety of ways including (but not limited to):
  • Saving up a lump sum of...

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Big Financial Rocks First

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A teacher walked into her classroom with a clear jar, a bag of rocks, a bucket of sand, and a glass of water. She placed all the large rocks carefully into the jar.

“Who thinks this jar is full?” she asked. Almost half of...

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Ways to pay off your mortgage faster

It’s paradoxical how owning a home might make you feel more secure. But it may also be a constant source of worry, particularly if you still have a hefty mortgage payment each month. For some, having a mortgage is simply a part of life. But for others, it...

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Looking for Life Insurance After Health Problems

Buying life insurance on the open market when you have had health problems can be a challenge, and it can be expensive, too. But it is not impossible. When buying life insurance, you may have to complete a written and/or verbal medical questionnaire and complete a health...

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