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Take Your Retirement for a Test Drive

Take Your Retirement for a Test Drive

Before buying a new car, you probably take it out for a test drive to see how it feels and make sure that everything is working properly. Have you ever thought of taking a similar “test drive” when it comes to your retirement? Many people suddenly go from working full-time [...]

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Should You Pay Off Your Debt or Save for Your Retirement?

Should You Pay Off Your Debt or Save for Your Retirement?

You can use a range of methods to pay off debt, many of which can cut not only the amount of time it will require to pay off the debt, but also the total interest paid. Like many people, you may be torn between paying off debt and the need [...]

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How to Meet Your Retirement Healthcare Expenses

How to Meet Your Retirement Healthcare Expenses

  There are lots of unknowns that have to be accounted for when it comes to planning for retirement, but perhaps the biggest are your healthcare expenses. This is due to two unavoidable facts. First, you probably don’t know what your health condition is going to be like when you [...]

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6 Common Questions About 401(k) Plans

6 Common Questions About 401(k) Plans

  401(k)s have become one of the most popular retirement savings vehicles in America. But many people, including those who have been participating in a 401(k) plan for many years, aren’t clear about all the details when it comes to how their 401(k) plan works. So here is a brief 401(k) [...]

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4 Smart Retirement Strategies

4 Smart Retirement Strategies

Watch the video at http://youtu.be/v5asK9Wbct4   The recent recession, coupled with the sluggish economic recuperation, has been hard on many young Americans.  The young group known as the Millennial generation are graduating college with enormous student loans and inadequate options for a job that makes the most of the knowledge [...]

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Saving for Your Retirement or Your Kids’ College Education

Saving for Your Retirement or Your Kids’ College Education

  With the pressures and demands of meeting current expenses like the mortgage, utilities, groceries, insurance and car payments many Americans find they can’t do it all.  There are options for paying for college, but you are likely to be primarily responsible for your retirement, says Martin Walcoe of David [...]

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