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Six Things To Do With Your Money Now To Enjoy A Stress-Free Retirement

Date : November 14,2013 By : Anita Ginsburg Planning for retirement is one of the most important life tasks for most people. You will need to save money for decades in order to be able to afford to retire at a reasonable age. Fortunately, there are steps that you can take right now to help […]

Three Things to Know About a Special Needs Trust

Date : October 26,2013 By : Enrica Clavito If you wish to take care of a loved one who has special mental or physical needs upon the event of your death, one recommended solution is the establishment of a special needs trust that is set up in their name. It is one of the most […]

Five Budget Friendly Ways To Keep A Healthy Smile

Date : October 22,2013 By : Hannah Whittenly The importance of taking care of your teeth and gums cannot be reiterated enough. A healthy mouth is one of the keys to a healthy body. Contrary to what many people believe, taking care of your mouth does not have to cost a fortune. Below are some […]

Retirement Made Easy: 5 Financial Investments Worth Making for Your Retirement

Date : September 28,2013 By : Tricia Borren For those looking to save for retirement, the planning process involves more than simply storing cash away each month in a 401(k). To live comfortably and have the opportunity to retire at an appropriate age, there are several investments to made that are crucial for a sizable […]

Take Advantage of Credit Debt Settlement in Retirement

There was a time when carrying a debt into retirement was considered taboo. Today, times have changed. Rising costs of living, longer life spans, and the financial pinch felt by most people means that a growing number of people are entering retirement with an existing debt. This is true not just for retirees, a large […]

Cash In On Buying an Annuity

Countries around the world are still reeling from the recent global economic downturn. Rising inflation and costs of living, loss of jobs and reduced income seems to be the general landscape of our times, for communities all over the world. In this light, many of us are exploring the best way to maximize our assets […]

How to Become a Financial Advisor

As unsettled as the financial markets have been during the past five years, investors are having a difficult time deciding where to put their savings. And other aspects of personal finance — insurance issues, retirement planning, estate planning, and taxes — have become more complex as well. It’s no wonder that more and more people […]

For Busy People… How to save money every month

We know how important it is to save money, whether for retirement, college tuition for the children, a new house, or some other goal. However, for many, living from paycheck to paycheck becomes routine; we may have the best intentions, but determining how to save money every month can be a difficult problem. What strategies […]

The Intelligent Way To Plan Your Retirement: The Roth 401(k)

Many American workers have the benefit of a 401(k) plan at their place of employment. First introduced by Congress in 1978, these plans enable retirement savings to grow tax free, and they’ve become very popular. Employees are able to contribute a certain amount of their earnings each year in the form of “elective deferrals,” and […]

New Ways to Invest My Money

Ever since the 2007-2008 financial crisis, beginning with wild market swings and then morphing into a housing bubble and subsequent crash in home values, people in the United States and around the world have been rethinking their investment strategies. If no markets are safe, you are probably asking, Where should I invest my money? The […]

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