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5
Sep

Budgeting for Travel in Retirement

If you love to travel and immerse yourself in new cultures and experiences, there’s a good chance you’re looking forward to traveling in retirement.

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29
Aug

The Do’s and Don’ts of Reducing Debt

According to one study, the average American has $90,460 in debt, which includes all types of consumer debt, such as credit cards, personal loans, and car loans.

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22
Aug

The Impact of Inflation on a 401(k)

In simple terms, inflation is the rate at which the cost of goods and services rises. Due to inflation, it costs more money to buy groceries, gas, or anything else than it did in the past. Inflation can also affect your retirement savings as stocks, and other investments don’t automatically adjust for it. Rising inflation means your investments will have to work harder to keep pace. The extent to which inflation will impact your 401(k) will depend on several factors, like your investing strategy and how close you are to retirement.

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15
Aug

5 Ways to Keep Emotions Under Control During a Volatile Market

The stock market can be volatile and will always go up and down. If your emotions run high during a volatile market, you’re not alone. The good news is you can take steps to help keep your feelings of fear and anxiety in check and avoid poor investment decisions based on emotions. Here’s a closer look at five ways to keep your emotions under control during periods of stock market volatility:

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8
Aug

The Importance of a Diversified Portfolio In a Bear Market

The old saying, “Don’t put all your eggs in one basket,” applies to many areas of life, including investing. If you put all your money into a single investment, you may take on more risk than you would if you had a diversified portfolio.

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1
Aug

Should You Rebalance Your Portfolio?

Is it time to rebalance your portfolio? Your portfolio should align with your risk tolerance, retirement timeline, and long-term goals. These factors may help you decide on the appropriate asset allocation for your unique situation.

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25
Jul

Social Wellness in Retirement

Social wellness should be top of mind whether you’re approaching retirement or already retired. Social wellness refers to nurturing yourself and your relationships. It can provide you with a positive social network that improves your self-esteem and overall quality of life.

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18
Jul

5 Reasons You Should Update Your Estate Plan

Whether you’ve had an estate plan for years or only recently set one up, it’s essential to update your estate plan from time to time. So when should you update your estate plan? That answer depends on your unique circumstances. However, most financial experts recommend that you review and revise your estate plan every three to five years or after you’ve undergone a significant life event. Here’s a closer look at circumstances that may warrant an update to your estate plan:

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13
Jul

5 Tips to Get the Most Out of Your Yearly Financial Review

No matter your age or stage of life, it’s essential to conduct a yearly financial review with your financial professional. A financial review will allow you to take a close look at your finances, assess the success of various strategies, and determine whether you need to make any changes.

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8
Jul

Considering Investing in Today’s Real Estate Market?

If you currently invest in real estate or if you plan on investing in today’s real estate market, it’s essential to understand its risks.

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