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Misperceptions Prevent Retirement Saving But These Remedies Can Alter That Reality

    Misperceptions Prevent Retirement Saving But These Remedies Can Alter That Reality

The financial decisions people make can reaffirm their perceived reality. A tweak here and there can change that reality.

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4th Quarter Fallout: Mistakes 401k Participant Might Make After Reading Their Latest Statement

    4th Quarter Fallout: Mistakes 401k Participant Might Make After Reading Their Latest Statement

Are you afraid you might freak out if you see the results of a bad quarter reflected in the statement you are about to open? Read this and learn how to train yourself to avoid making rash (and wrong) decisions.

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Recent Market Volatility Has Revealed This About Target Date Funds

    Recent Market Volatility Has Revealed This About Target Date Funds

It turns out there’s a downside to 401k participant engagement. Who knew?

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The Fiduciary Parent: How to Best Protect Your Child From the Day When the Promise of Social Security Finally Fails

    The Fiduciary Parent: How to Best Protect Your Child From the Day When the Promise of Social Security Finally Fails

Why rely on the vagaries of Washington politics when it comes to their future retirement when you can teach them to control their own destiny?

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New Fiduciary Role: What Happens When the Retirement Honeymoon is Over?

    New Fiduciary Role: What Happens When the Retirement Honeymoon is Over?

The financial news media and the investment industry constantly bombards employees with reminders to save for environment. It’s probably the most recognized financial goal people have. Could it be, then, that society has built up such an aura around retirement that the anticipation exceeds the actual event?

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Depending on Your Age, This Will Protect You from a Social Security FAIL

    Depending on Your Age, This Will Protect You from a Social Security FAIL

No one need place themselves in a “Blanche DuBois Scenario.” Each has the ability, no matter their station in life, to seize control over their own destiny. This applies to retirement as much as anything else. This article offers five specific ideas each to three typical age groups trying to protect themselves against the potential loss of Social Security benefits.

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What Can Business Owners Do Before the Deadline to Save More for Retirement?

    What Can Business Owners Do Before the Deadline to Save More for Retirement?

If you own a business, waiting until the last minute to reduce taxes limits your options. You still have some, though. Here they are.

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How Financial Pros Teach Their Own Kids About Money

    How Financial Pros Teach Their Own Kids About Money

Think about it. Newborn babies keep their parents up all night. Knowing your adult child has a sizeable nest egg means being able to sleep soundly. And chances are you’ll spend your waking hours with less stress, too. Teaching your children to save early for retirement can achieve this healthy (and wealthy) goal. There’s no reason why financial professionals should be the only parents who know this little secret.

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The Greatest 401(k) Book Sequel Ever, by Ary Rosenbaum – Chapter 3

    The Greatest 401(k) Book Sequel Ever, by Ary Rosenbaum – Chapter 3

Ary Rosenbaum’s latest book tells the story of the modern retirement era through the lens of classic movie sequels, but it’s his own unique experiences that tell the real story. Here’s a taste.

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Much Ado About Nothing Saved for Retirement? Why Social Security Alone May Be Enough

    Much Ado About Nothing Saved for Retirement? Why Social Security Alone May Be Enough

In the final analysis, though many Americans would find it difficult or impossible to be happy with their retirement income being limited to Social Security, a sizable group of other Americans can and do live their retirement with Social Security as their sole income source.

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