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    Wed, Aug 30, 2023

    A Countdown to Retirement

    Once you retire—whether it’s 10 years from now, 5 years, or right around the corner—you’ll probably be glad you followed a year-by-year punch list. Follow these simple steps to prepare for liftoff!

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    Tue, Aug 15, 2023

    What Does Performance Attribution Tell You About Your Portfolio?

    How do you know what's working in your portfolio? Performance isn't just about the total returns. You need attribution analysis to sniff out which ingredients mattered.

    Tue, Aug 8, 2023

    The MEGA Backdoor Roth: How to Save An Extra $43,500 Each Year

    You may have heard of the “backdoor Roth IRA” strategy that high-earners use save on taxes in retirement, but do you know about the MEGA backdoor Roth? Learn what it is, how it works, and whether you qualify for this major money-saving tool.

    A Cure for Bad Investment Timing

    Wed, Aug 2, 2023

    A Cure for Bad Investment Timing

    Bad timing is a costly predicament. If your fight or flight response to the market downturn last year made you pull back your investments, you’re probably wondering when you should re-enter the market. Here are three reasons why the answer is NOW.

    Social Security: 3 Penalties to Avoid

    Tue, Jul 25, 2023

    Social Security: 3 Penalties to Avoid

    Most retirees in the U.S. rely on Social Security for stable income, so it’s crucial to be aware of potential reductions. Here are 3 important penalties to avoid.

    3 Strategies to Avoid Emotional Investing

    Wed, Jul 19, 2023

    3 Strategies to Avoid Emotional Investing

    Investors should be wary of emotional highs and lows. Here are 3 ways to avoid short-sighted reactions that might harm your portfolio in the long run.

    6 Sources of Retirement Income

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    6 Sources of Retirement Income

    Many retirement planning guides focus on finances, but we believe a satisfying retirement goes beyond how much money you have saved. It’s also about how you intend to use your savings.