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Should I wait to 70 to Retire?

Should I wait to 70 to Retire?

By on Oct 7, 2019 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Benefits can begin as early as 62, but each year you delay taking them (up to age 70), provides an increase in the benefit — and that can be significant. So that seems like a no-brainer, right?  Well, here are three reasons it might notbe beneficial to wait until 70. You may not make it to your claiming age;A higher monthly payout may not be optimal; andSignificant...

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21 Investment Lessons

21 Investment Lessons

By on Sep 23, 2019 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Here are 21 investment lessons from The Motley Fool writer, Sean Williams. Read the full article 21 Things I’ve Learned as an Investor Over 21 Yearson Fool.com to learn more about each of them. Starting somewhere is better than not starting at allIt’s OK to lose moneyTime heals most lossesDouble-digit market declines are always a buying opportunityIf it...

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Saving Money, is it really that hard?

Saving Money, is it really that hard?

By on Sep 9, 2019 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Saving money is fundamentally important for your future. You know this and you try to save, so why are you failing? Here are four reasons that might be the cause. You don’t have a budgetYou’re not automating your savingsYou’re giving in to impulse buysYou haven’t mapped out your goals To learn more, read the full article 4 Reasons...

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3 savings essentials for retirement

3 savings essentials for retirement

By on Aug 26, 2019 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

As we near retirement, it’s important to understand how Social Security and Medicare work, before we actually need them. Yet a good percentage of near-retirees don’t really have a good understanding of how they work. Here are three tips that will help you boost your knowledge: Take advantage of catch-up savings — If you’re 50 and over, you can stash an...

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Prepare for this expense — or it could quickly derail retirement

Prepare for this expense — or it could quickly derail retirement

By on Aug 12, 2019 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

What is the commonly overlooked expense? It’s healthcare, and many retirees are surprised by earlier-than-expected healthcare costs. Here are two things you can do: Expect the unexpected — learn about Medicare and what it covers and explore long-term care costs.Prepare for big-ticket costs — open a Healthcare Savings Account (HSA) account and look into...

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