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  • 7 Tough Money Topics You’re Not Discussing With Your Kids — But Should

    If you’ve ever been mortified to hear your toddler repeat a curse word in public that you muttered under your breath, then we don’t have to tell you that kids are like sponges. And that’s precisely why it’s so important that life’s biggest... Read More >>

    Congress Proposes Three Changes To Social Security That Make Sense

    The importance of Social Security retirement benefits cannot be understated as nearly one third of all U.S. retirees rely solely upon Social Security for their retirement income. Despite its importance and successful history of providing retirement income to... Read More >>

    Estate Planning Fears That Keeps Us Up At Night

    State and federal estate and inheritance tax rates are what drive most people’s estate plans, but now that tax rates are falling and exemptions rising in many jurisdictions, how much people will leave their heirs isn’t what keeps them awake at night... Read More >>

    How To Fix Your 401(k) Before You Retire

    Congratulations, you’re just a few years or months away from one of life’s ultimate goals: retirement. You may be ready to ditch the alarm clock but is your 401(k) or 403(b) ready for retirement? People approaching retirement may feel the need to make... Read More >>

    Obamacare Causing Insurance Premiums To Soar

    A new study targeting a diversity of demographic groups has revealed a massive spike in across-the-board insurance premiums since the implementations of the Affordable Care Act — especially for those who previously enjoyed lower rates because they posed a... Read More >>

    Is It About To Get Worse? Lakeland Hazmat Suit Orders Go Exponential, Surpass 1 Million

    Almost exactly a month ago, long before the Texas Ebola fiasco, when virtually nobody had heard of a small company out of Ronkonkoma, NY called Lakeland Industries and whose only product is "industrial protective clothing for industry, municipalities,... Read More >>

    There’s A 30% Chance Your Shrimp Isn’t What You Think It Is

    Be it cocktail, scampi, or alfredo, that shrimp you just ate was very possibly an impostor. The environmental group Oceana DNA tested shrimp at 111 restaurants and grocery stories across the United States and found 30 percent were mislabeled, most often... Read More >>

    Retirement: Some Struggle With Leaving Jobs

    When many people retire, they jump into their new lifestyle with gusto, but others mourn leaving their jobs and feel like they've lost part of their identity, experts say. "Work is the primary source of identity for many of us and absorbs our best energies... Read More >>

    How To Save For A House In 10 Simple Steps

    The housing market has rebounded sharply from its lows a few years ago. And with the job market improving and interest rates still relatively low by historical standards, many Americans are thinking seriously about buying a home right now. The easy-money... Read More >>

    The Five Scariest Retirement Planning Pitfalls

    Okay, it’s pit and the pendulum time. A big, nasty financial blade is swinging over you if fail to do some easy things to save for your golden years. Fortunately, you needn’t fall into the pit of regret. Every one of the items I note is easily... Read More >>

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