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As you close in on the big day, it's time to consider how you'll create income while dialing down stock market risk.
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Typically, the longer you've been together, the more assets you've acquired, and the more expensive the process. I've seen couples spend $200,000 in legal fees. And you have less time to recover financially from divorce the closer you are to retirement.
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Even seasoned investors can fall prey to a crook, or a financial professional who just isn't very good. So take these measures to protect yourself.
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Navigating the world of car expenses can be confusing, but some extra legwork can really pay off.
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Despite the popularity of using dividend yields to choose stocks for their retirement portfolios, there's a better indicator that investors should be looking at.
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It's not uncommon for one person in a couple to take the lead in finances, but that can cause big problems later on.
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Most people know HSAs offer a sweet tax deal, but they also offer a couple other important benefits you might not have considered.
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There's a lot to love about working part-time in retirement. Earning a paycheck is one obvious benefit, but there are other less-obvious reasons why it could be a great decision for you.
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If you're worried about outliving your savings (and who isn't?), a lifetime of guaranteed payments could ease your mind.
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Many players in the NFL and NBA famously run into trouble after retiring from the sports world. We can all learn from their mistakes.
Here's a breakdown of how compensation for financial advice works, and what kinds of services you can expect to receive for the price you pay.
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Seven time-tested investing tips retirement savers can take away from Warren Buffett.
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Required minimum distributions can be a tax minefield if you’re not prepared for them. Here are some basics anyone with a traditional IRA or 401(k) should know.
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Here are several ways for family-owned and privately owned companies to place assets out of reach.
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At least three-quarters of the people who come to see me are paying more in fees than they realize. Over the years it could add up to tens of thousands. But there are some things you can do about it.
Everyone needs to take precautions in today’s world of constant data breaches. Here are six steps to protect yourself.
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No matter your political party, there could be some opportunities ahead for you to reduce your tax bill. Be ready to take advantage of them.
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