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How to make savings last longer in retirement

Whether you dream of a travel-filled retirement or would prefer to relax and enjoy spending more time at home, you're probably wondering what you can do to make your golden years as stress-free as possible. For many who have spent the last several…

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3 estate planning strategies you should consider now

Today's low interest rates are a far cry from the double-digit rates seen in the 1970s and 1980s when even a certificate of deposit (CD) could yield up to 20 percent per year.1 But there are some distinct advantages to a low-interest-rate environment,…

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Say "I do" to wedding savings ideas

Weddings can be a joyous occasion and a money pit  . . . and you don't need to be planning a wedding to know that! Simply watch an episode of "Say Yes to the Dress" and you can see how expensive a wedding can be.  Many wedding vendors and…

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5 money rules to live by

Evergreen principles for finding financial balance

It’s not simply a matter of working harder; it’s much more about using your non-financial skills and talents in new ways to bring you prosperity and a greater sense of personal satisfaction. Here…

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Becoming a financially savvy single parent

Raising children without a partner can be challenging—emotionally, physically, and financially. Challenged by the work involved in earning a living and caring for children, single parents can sometimes feel that they may never break the cycle of living…

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3 ways for women to achieve financial independence

For many women, working toward financial independence is more difficult. Obstacles women face include having a longer life expectancy than men which will require more savings for retirement, spending fewer years in the workforce than their male…

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Pre-retirement planning for banking professionals

As retirement becomes more than just a vague future concept, you may begin to feel pressure to develop a more concrete plan for your income, your spending, your asset allocation, and your withdrawal rate. And when you're in the banking industry,…