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Raiding Your 401(K) Can Be a Divorce Disaster

It's more common than you might think: Tapping retirement accounts to make ends meet during divorce. And it's also potentially much more costly than you realize.

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In the Fourth Quarter of Financial Planning? Focus on Defense

Walter E. Bak, Attorney, Investment Adviser Representative
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Don't Let Bad Timing Be Your Biggest Retirement Mistake

David Nicholas, Investment Adviser Representative
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Prepare for Detours in the Market: Manage Your Plan in Real-Time

Jerry Golden, Investment Adviser Representative
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One Way to Avoid a Potential White-Knuckle Ride Through Retirement

Anthony Pellegrino, Registered Investment Adviser
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Why I Love Annuities, and So Should You

Stewart J. Weissman, Investment Adviser Representative
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Four Steps for a Financially Fit New Year

Brian G. Madgett, CLU®, ChFC®
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How to Get Off the Hamster Wheel of Debt

Brian Skrobonja, Investment Adviser Representative
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Is the Side-Hustle a New Dance Seniors Are Learning?

Neale Godfrey, Financial Literacy Expert
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Retirees Can't Afford to Underestimate Sequence of Return Risk

T. Eric Reich, CIMA®, CFP®, CLU®, ChFC®
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