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Protect Your Retirement Savings With These Simple Strategies

You may be approaching retirement, in retirement already, or just planning. Either way, thinking about your retirement savings is never a bad idea.  Protecting savings to ensure they last through your whole retirement is essential. After all, it’s something that you’ve worked hard for. Enjoying it without having to worry about money is possible. But, […]

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Planning for Retirement: How Much Should I Save for Retirement?

Over one in five Americans doesn’t have any retirement savings. Even the savers aren’t putting enough money to one side. Nearly half of people saving for retirement put away less than the minimum recommended amount per year. This could be a ticking time bomb as many Americans are entering retirement without anything savings at all. Yet, many people […]

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Early Retirement: Some of The Top Tips and Tricks for Achieving Your Goal

The most common age at which people retire in the United States is 62. It’s also when many people start experiencing more health problems which can make it difficult to enjoy retirement. For that reason, people have begun to look for ways to retire earlier than that. It’s a great opportunity to enjoy your life […]

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7 Reasons Why You May Need a Financial Advisor

Do you have trouble keeping your investment plan on track? Are you finding it difficult to manage your finances? If any of these questions describe you, then you need a financial advisor. This professional will help you with a number of tasks including tax strategies, organizing your finances, creating savings and investment decisions, and insurance […]

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How Much Do You Need to Save for Retirement?

Have you been saving for your retirement? Have you been saving as much as you need to live a comfortable life once you stop working?  If you’re like a lot of Americans, unfortunately, the answer is “no.” Many families in the U.S. have no money saved for retirement, and the median retirement savings for all working […]

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