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March 22, 2018

Living Trusts: 3 Reasons to Consider

Everyone should have legal instructions to leave behind in the event of their death. For most people that means having a will, but some people should consider having a living trust. A will is a…

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March 15, 2018

Save More Retirement Funds in 2018

You can save more for retirement next year using tax-advantaged accounts, thanks to a boost in the maximum 401(k) contribution rate by the IRS. The maximum rate increases by $500 to $18,500, which is the…

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January 31, 2018

Get Serious About Slashing Student Loan Debt

Obtaining a legitimate college degree is an expensive proposition. According to a recent Edvisors education survey, the average college student graduates with $35,000 in student loan debt. And that’s not counting people who attend graduate…

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January 27, 2018

5 Tax Tips for Job Changers

Switching jobs can lead to a tax time surprise if you don’t plan accordingly.   A new job means a whole lot more than a new desk: From new responsibilities to adjusting to a new…

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December 21, 2017

The 4 Musts of Elder Care

Don’t let the term “eldercare” scare you or make you think your aging parents aren’t old enough for eldercare.  For instance, your parent or parents may be doing well on their own, but you’re concerned…

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