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Expenses and income are important, but there's more to a successful retirement plan than just dollars and cents.
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Asset management and mutual fund fees can really eat into your returns. Know how to control them.
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Saving is a great start, but planning to reach your financial goals is even better.
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They offer some stability and income for today's volatile and low-rate environment.
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You can boost your nest egg's return on investment by adjusting your withdrawal strategy in retirement and planning other smart financial moves.
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Cost isn't the only issue when it comes to taking on debt. You must pay attention to these three equally important factors.
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Invest in your health as you would in your 401(k): Do it automatically and stick with a plan.
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Avoid these issues because you may never get a chance to fix them.
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Life insurance can provide more than just a death benefit. This investment adviser suggests ways to put the asset to use throughout your life.
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Successful long-term investors need to be patient and able to ignore the short-term emotions of Mr. Market.
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Whether you're relocating for work or another reason, take these financial and tax strategies into account before packing up.
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Here are four key factors to consider.
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Once your account is dormant, you can no longer use the volatility of the markets to your advantage.
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Financial adviser Mike Piershale sees market losses coming and recommends you consider paring back.
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A simple conversation can help protect and financially prepare them in the event of your sudden death.
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Preparing yourself for these potential pitfalls can help ensure that you're able to afford the life you want after you retire.
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