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Smart Financial Steps After College

Did you recently graduate from college? The years after graduation are crucial not only for getting a career underway, but also for planning financial progress. Consider making these money moves before you reach thirty. Direct a bit of your pay into

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Did You Receive a Corrected Form 1098?

Recently, you may have received a corrected Internal Revenue Service Form 1098 from your mortgage lender. The correction probably spells good news for you. When the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2018 became law in February, certain tax provisions that expired

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A Retirement Gender Gap

What is the retirement outlook for the average fifty-something working woman? As a generalization, less sunny than that of a man in her age group. Most middle-class retirees get their income from three sources. An influential 2016 National Institute on Retirement Security

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The Move Toward Fee-Based Advisory Accounts

A major shift has occurred in the financial world. More and more financial professionals have moved away from the industry’s traditional compensation model to a new one – in the eyes of many of them, a better one. Increasingly, financial professionals

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The Solo 401(k)

A solo 401(k) lets a self-employed individual set up a 401(k) plan combined with a profit-sharing plan. You can create one of these if you work for yourself or for you and your spouse.1 Reduce your tax bill while you

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Wise Money Moves Young Women Can Make

As a young woman, you have an opportunity to make some major financial strides. You truly have time on your side when it comes to investing, saving, and harnessing the power of compounding. Now is the time to pay yourself first

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Why a GIPS Audit Matters

What are GIPS, and why should investors seek firms that comply with them? To put it simply, when an investment management company commits to undergoing a GIPS audit, it affirms its commitment to upholding ethical standards agreed upon by investment firms

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The Retirement Mindgame

What kind of retirement do you think you’ll have? Qualitatively speaking, what if the success or failure of your retirement begins with your perception of retirement? A whole field of study has emerged on the psychology of saving, spending, and investing:

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