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When the stock market takes a dive, retirees with resilient income allocation plans still get by swimmingly. Here's what that looks like.
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With a bull market entering its 11th year, retirees need to protect themselves from stomach-dropping volatility. Annuities can be one tool to consider.
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Guaranteed income is something everyone needs throughout their retirement, and the right annuity can provide that.
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Get your finances in shape in 2020 with these four resolutions.
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Saving and investing may seem mundane to some, but there are ways to make it more fulfilling. Here are three strategies to do good things with your money, now and long after you're gone.
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Two clients' true stories during the last bear market reveal the pitfalls and opportunities that come with investing in uncertain times. Do you see yourself in this tale?
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Taxes can be overwhelming in retirement, eating up income that you need to live on. Learn how to minimize taxes through tax diversification.
See More On: Tax Planning | 401(k)s | IRAs
It's time to set financially healthy goals for the year. You'll be glad you did.
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The power of understanding your spending is priceless. Successfully managing your spending and personal cash flow is key to meeting your short- and long-term financial goals.
Here's a story about how a predatory company that took advantage of a naive homeowner won its small claims court case, even though it shouldn't have. It holds lessons for anyone thinking about filing a suit themselves.
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Municipal bonds come with some risks that bank CDs don't, but there are ways to minimize them while still getting a better return. Plus, the interest you earn is tax free, and who doesn't love that?
Hindsight bias, recency bias and sunk cost fallacy are just three of several cognitive biases that investors need to overcome to achieve their financial objectives this year. To beat these biases, take your emotions out of the mix.
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Even as you work through your grief, there are some important financial tasks to take care of along the way. Here is a framework to use as a starting point.
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Yes, you can pay off your debt and start building wealth. It all starts with determining which debts are "bad" and which ones are "good."
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Now that a new decade has started, get motivated to make it the best ever for your finances by taking a few practical steps.
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Judging by the growing numbers of people 55 and older seeking out these gigs, the answer is yes. Maybe there's one that is right for you.
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Have you ever sent a worker on a quick trip in his own car to the post office or the bakery to pick up an employee birthday cake? You may have just opened your business up to some serious liability.
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