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Congress Explores Changes to the 401(k)

You’ve probably heard all the talk that Social Security is going to run out of money. Some reports say the program will dry up by 2034, but that’s not necessarily the case. The reserves may start to get smaller, but . . .
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Age Is More Than a Number, It’s a Milestone

Yes, it’s that time again. I have turned the wonderful age of 62. Now I get to ask that age-old Social Security question: Should I or should I not? At age 62, I am now eligible for Social Security benefits. . . .
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Are Your Kids Ready for Retirement?

Think about the amount of time you’ve spent planning for retirement. Then, think about how much time you’ve put into planning your summer vacations. The crazy truth is that people spend more time planning their two-week vacation for the year . . .
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Taxes, Your Accountant, and Your CPA

Ben Franklin famously said, “In this world, nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.” With tax day right around the corner on April 15, there are key pieces to your tax puzzle that you won’t want . . .
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What Green Beer Can Teach You About Your Retirement

Sometimes, we try something and end up loving it. Other times, we try something only to confirm that it leaves a bitter taste in our mouth. Alcohol is the latter for me. One year, my wife and I drank green . . .
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Communication and Commitment

Valentine’s Day is a special day for me, especially, because it marks the day I proposed to my wife. Although I didn’t propose until I was in my 30s, I actually fell in love with her much earlier than that . . .
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