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Money matters are complex and even scary. How you choose to approach finances mentally is key to mastering them...

We went LIVE to discuss investment options and long term strategies. We also discussed updates on the Paycheck Protection Program...

COVID-19 has presented everyone with incredible challenges as it has wreaked havoc on our country and around the world...

How this late-winter, coronavirus-induced market turbulence affects you depends upon how old you are...

“There’s a time and place for everything.” You’ve probably heard that expression a bunch of times...

We’re all busy. There is always some new item on our constantly growing to-do lists. Some tasks are fun to take on others are tedious, boring, long or all the above...

Heading into your retirement years brings a slew of new topics to grapple with, and one of the most maddening may be Medicare...

Getting old is hard. Your parents’ ability to manage their own finances may decline as they age...

Financial advisers will tell you that the most telling — and risky — years of your retirement are the five before you leave the 9-to-5 world...

Don’t let disorganization become one of your biggest money problems...

Preparing a child for college may be a rewarding, but worrisome, time for you and your family...

As your 62nd birthday approaches, the dream of early retirement may be a possibility...

The odds of winning the lottery are astronomically long. Yet, the allure of pocketing hundreds of millions of dollars can tempt even the staunchest penny pincher...

In difficult economic times, many young couples and families may find themselves wondering where their money goes...

Many of you already have estate documents, probably executed many years ago...

The Fair Credit Reporting Act of 1970 has stood the test of time, and the Consumer Credit Reporting Reform Act has provided additional protection to the American consumer...

The US Department of Agriculture released the 2015 Expenditures on Children by Families Report with the scary title...

However much you make or save now doesn’t promise you a bright financial future. Life is unpredictable...

The two dominant philosophies of asset allocating assets are strategic and tactical...

There have been significant changes made in the way Americans save for retirement since the enactment of the Tax Reform Act of 1986...

The window of time to make an IRA contribution is from January 1 of the tax year through the following year’s tax-filing deadline...

Asking questions and planning will give you both peace of mind...

This isn’t your father’s stock index. But it probably is your grandfather’s...

As you enter your “golden years,” perhaps you imagine yourself traveling, visiting grandchildren, or pursuing a favorite hobby...

Today, many people are concerned about saving for retirement or paying for a large ticket item, such as a child’s college education...

One of America’s foremost thinkers, Benjamin Franklin, stated that “an investment in knowledge pays the best interest.” For individuals beginning to develop an investment strategy, no truer words may have been spoken...

Maybe you have just married, or are starting a family. Or, perhaps you simply feel the need for a financial checkup and a strategy to help you start saving for retirement or your child’s education...

When your children are grown and leave home, you are released from being the financial “provider”...

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