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Your 401(k) Contributions: Understanding the Options

Three things you need to know now that you’re enrolled in a 401(k) plan

What's Wrong With Growing Rich Slowly?

For most of us, planning for retirement wasn't a front burner item during our early working years. Consequently, as a financial adviser I often find myself telling people, "It's never too late to start doing the right thing." For young people who...

Why Monte Carlo Might Be Good for Your Retirement

Need help planning your retirement? Monte Carlo may be your best bet, and we don’t mean the destination!

5 Ways to Reduce Financial Stress in Retirement

Planning financially for retirement can seem like an impossible task at first. I can't promise that the following five ways will eliminate 100 percent of your financial stress in retirement or provide you total peace of mind but I've found that...

Follow These 3 Rules and Retire Comfortably

When making big financial decisions — a home, a car, college for the kids — you make must take into account how much income you’ll need for retirement. To put it bluntly: Retirement savings comes first, everything else second. There’s no shortage...

Are You Afraid of Running Out of Money in Retirement?

If you’re like most women, the answer is yes. A new survey from Bank of America shows that nearly 60 percent of mass affluent women (women with $50,000 to $250,000 in investable assets) are concerned with the possibility of not having enough to...

The 4 Best Ways to Jump-Start Your Retirement Savings

Saving for retirement is a lot like dieting. We all know what we should be doing, but actually doing it is hard. It’s much easier to make excuses. We’re busy. We have responsibilities — to children, to older parents — that compete with our...


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