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5 Essential Finance Tips for High School Seniors
Early start in personal finance leads to financially independent adults. Amber Westover shares 5 tips to help high school seniors gain financial confidence.
Why Retired Women Are More Prone To Financial Crisis
Retired women are more prone to financial crisis than men. But there are steps women can take to have a financially successful retirement.
Women Face Unique Risks in Retirement Planning
Planning for retirement is especially challenging for women,whether married,widowed or single.Tips to help women plan successfully for their golden years.
Advantages of Working in Retirement
Working in retirement has both financial and physical benefits.John Eikenberry shares his experience and advantages of delaying his exit from the workforce.
How Your Broker Gets Paid May Impact The Plans They Sell You!

Whether you’re investing in stocks and bonds, mutual funds or planning for retirement, it’s always a good idea to enlist the help of a financial advisor. There is no question that advance planning for anything, in general, can be daunting. And when it comes to planning how you will live the rest of your life […]

Retirement Resolutions for Boomers

Most Americans usher in the New Year with champagne. And sometime after (or before) the bubblies, come the New Year’s resolutions to either save more, lose weight, or quit a vice like smoking. The tradition is no different for Boomers, but Carl Edwards a Chartered Financial Consultant say their resolutions should include implementing these three vital […]

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Don’t Outlive Your Retirement Nest Egg
If you're a boomer headed into retirement, it's important to diversify your financial portfolio to avoid the trouble of outliving your retirement nest egg.
Do You Have a Written Income Plan For Retirement?

By Ginny Grimsley “Age 85 is a bad time to go broke,” says expert retirement planner Jeff Gorton. Personal savings, various investments and, yes, Social Security may prove to be short of what you’d expected. “Budgeting how you spend money before retirement can often be a misleading measurement of how you’ll actually spend it during […]

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5 Tips to Maximize Your Retirement Benefits
If you want to ensure you don't outlive your retirement nest egg, take these five steps to ensure you can maximize your retirement benefits effectively.
How the Recession Has Changed Retirement Planning

The economy may be recovering, but some of the changes brought on by the Great Recession may be long-lasting. If you are planning for retirement, (and you should be!) you need to take these changes into account. Only 14 percent of Americans say they are very confident they’ll have the money to live comfortably in […]

5 Biggest Myths About Retirement

Planning for retirement can be extremely difficult, especially with all the myths surrounding what is needed for a comfortable lifestyle. There is no question the transition into retirement can be complicated, however if you’re smart and plan accordingly, it can be easy. The biggest obstacle to avoid is getting caught up in the falsities about […]

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Retirement Planning Tips to Implement Sooner Rather than Later
Planning ahead for retirement is critical if you want to retire on time. Here are five retirement planning tips you just can't afford to miss.
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Is Your 401k Plan Costing You Money?
Planned changes to service charges on 401k plans could end up costing you money if you don't understand how the changes impact your investment.