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  • Investing: Can You Retire On $1 Million?

    If you read any financial advertising, you know that your savings are inadequate, and you're likely to freeze to death in the dark a few weeks after retirement. For this reason, most Americans' retirement planning involves keeling over at their desks, or,... Read More >>

    New Treasury Guidance Will Encourage Annuities In 401(k) Plans

    Earlier today, the U.S. Treasury Department took an extremely important and welcome step to promote retirement income security. Treasury issued guidelines to pave the way for employers who sponsor 401(k) and other defined contribution plans to voluntarily... Read More >>

    Should You Use Retirement Assets For Education Expenses?

    Are you thinking of raiding retirement funds to pay for your child’s education? With student loan debt now surpassing credit card debt, it’s easy to understand why. After all, who wants their children burdened with the equivalent of a mortgage payment... Read More >>

    When To Buy The Cheapest Airline Tickets

    If you’re shopping for cheap airline tickets for your next vacation, wait until the weekend to grab the best deal. Though Tuesday has traditionally been favored (it’s when sales tend to hit) a recent study shows that the new day for the deepest... Read More >>

    New Ebola Screening Is An Epic Failure

    It certainly didn’t take long for that system to break down. On Wednesday, CDC Director Tom Frieden announced new screening for all passengers traveling from one of the nations with an active Ebola outbreak: People arriving in the U.S. from Ebola-affected... Read More >>

    Higher Returns on Safe Money Plus Long-Term Care Benefits

    Most of you have a slug of “safe money” on which you’d like to earn a higher return without risking your principal. You also would like to protect your estates from long-term care expenses without the use-it-or-lose-it feature of standalone long-term... Read More >>

    Social Security Benefits Get Another Tiny Raise

    Social Security recipients will get a 1.7 percent cost-of-living raise starting in January, the Social Security Administration announced Wednesday. For the average retired person receiving Social Security, monthly payments would rise $22 to $1,328 from... Read More >>

    How Did The Government Waste Your Tax Dollars In 2014? Separating Fact From Fiction

    The federal government expects to collect nearly $2.8 trillion in individual, corporate, payroll, estate and gift taxes in 2014. This number is considerably higher than only two years prior, because as you may recall, starting January 1, 2013, four changes... Read More >>

    ‘Market Timing’ For Your IRAs: Grab The Early Premium

    Want to know a simple strategy that can help you end up with thousands more by properly timing your investment into your IRA? It’s not by market timing—it’s by giving your IRA as much time in the market as possible. Not using this strategy would... Read More >>

    The Obamacare News Just Keeps Getting Worse

    Those 30,000 Wal-Mart employees who are losing their health insurance aren’t alone. There’s another huge wave of cancellations of health plans coming. Fox News reported that 13 states and the District of Columbia are cancelling plans that are not in... Read More >>

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