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The current market conditions can certainly make us all a little nervous about investing and perhaps lead us all to question our strategy.  Following a few basic tips can be helpful in these turbulent times.

Just reading the words “estate planning” conjures up many emotions and thoughts for people. Some think estate planning is only for the wealthy or the retired. Others don’t want to think about it at all because it is a reminder of our own mortality. The truth is, estate planning is extremely important for everyone, no matter your age or the size of your estate.

Categories: Finances, Investments, Planning

If you’re interested in investing, take a look at these easy to follow steps to get started!

Categories: Investments, Money Matters

The difference between being successful and less than successful with your investments many times comes down to understanding a handful of investment principles that have stood the test of time.  Following these few simple rules can increase your chances of becoming a successful investor.

Although your retirement living will be based on various factors, it's important to specifically consider the impact of social security. 

The stock market has been a bit tumultuous during the last few days and this type of market can often lead many investors to make mistakes that could have drastic consequences on their financial future. The keys to surviving a stormy market are relatively easy to do.  Surprisingly, a lot of the effort should be done prior to any market downturn. 

You’ve been planning your retirement for years: what you’re going to do, where you’re going to live, and how you’re going to pay for it. But knowing when it is time to retire can still be a very difficult decision. Here are a few questions to answer to help you decide if you are financially prepared to retire.

So you messed up in 2013. The good news is that in most cases, it’s not difficult to get back on track. Here’s what you need to do now to correct 2013’s financial mistakes.

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