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The stock market's volatility is whipping up problems for panicky investors who get cowed into following the herd.
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It pays to know the difference between the financial professionals offering to help you with your investment and retirement decisions before you make your choice.
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To set your children up for success, money isn't the only factor. Parents have some major money lessons to teach, or they risk a rocky wealth transfer.
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Investors are often told to "stay the course" even as stock markets go through tough times. However, if you're retired, that advice could put your nest egg in jeopardy.
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You're busy enjoying retirement and you just plain forget to take your requirement minimum distribution. Or you do the math wrong. It could be a costly mistake. Here's how to fix it.
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Keep these three don'ts in mind when you meet with your financial professional.
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The hot hedge fund or investment property your golf buddy is bragging about may sound tempting. But before you bite, understand the cons of complicated strategies.
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How a life insurance salesman inspired me to seek greater meaning and explore the true meaning of the word "legacy."
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In between naps, feedings and burpings, here are five things you should do when you bring home your bundle of joy.
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Is that life insurance policy you bought decades ago still serving a good purpose once you retire, or could you be doing something better with it?
If your child relies on Medicaid services, how can you ensure that when you die the money you leave them doesn't cause them to lose that vital support system? A Supplemental Needs Trust could be the answer.
It's time to take out all your investments and try them on to see if they still fit.
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To successfully save for retirement and make your money last through it, investors must be able to distinguish the difference between cost and value.
Focusing on how much you need to save and how far it'll go doesn’t exactly ensure you will have enough income to last you for life.
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While wedding planning is a time for picking flowers, colors and cake flavors, there are some more important things you should be discussing. A newly engaged financial adviser details how to handle those tough conversations.
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You need a backup. And here are the five steps you should take to help that person be ready in case something does happen.
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You're doing well, and as you move up in the world you treat yourself along the way. But while it's important to enjoy life, getting carried away could ruin your chance at real wealth. Here's what you should do instead.
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