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Can You Save Too Much for Retirement?

With regular headlines reporting on the retirement savings shortfall facing many Americans, it may seem odd to consider whether it’s possible to save too much for retirement. Although this particular […]

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Using Risk Tolerance and Asset Allocation to Achieve Your Goals

How aggressively you should be invested depends on more than just your risk tolerance. Some investors are much more emotionally risk averse than their goals will allow for. The question then becomes: […]

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Should You Pay Off Your Mortgage Early?

Even if you can pay off your mortgage early…should you? If you have excess cash burning a hole in your pocket, consider the opportunity cost of paying down your mortgage early instead of using the […]

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Creating a spending plan you’ll actually stick to

For most people, having a budget – and sticking to it – can be very difficult. Expenses that only appear annually or are unexpected can derail a month’s progress, and it isn’t always easy to turn […]

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Saving for Retirement When Single

Updated for 2018. In 2014, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that 50.2 percent of Americans were single. As much of the population delays marriage – or avoids it entirely – it presents some new […]

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Maximize Your Income (without giving up Starbucks)

For individuals with higher incomes, traditional methods of budgeting may seem futile. Instead, consider adopting a goal-based spending plan to keep you on track.

Yes, it’s true. Some folks spend way […]

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Tips to Save on Your Next Vacation

Many of us work hard, but don’t think we can afford to take a vacation, sometimes even letting paid vacation days go unused. In fact, a 2015 article from The Wall Street Journal reports that US […]

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When Should I Start Investing?

Young professionals in their twenties and thirties often ask, when should I start investing? It can be difficult to determine when you’re financially stable enough or how much money you need to get […]

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Prioritizing Financial Goals

Juggling and prioritizing multiple financial goals and wanting to do it all can sometimes lead to doing nothing at all. As the financial to-do list grows, it can be difficult to weigh your decisions, […]

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