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    Retirement (4)31 Articles

    Annuities: Is There a Better Way to Generate Retirement Income?

    Wed, May 4, 2022

    Annuities: Is There a Better Way to Generate Retirement Income?

    Owning an annuity is like cutting off a growing tree and being left with only the stump. We think there’s a better solution.

    Traditional IRA vs. Roth IRA: Which is the Best Choice for You?

    Wed, Mar 9, 2022

    Traditional IRA vs. Roth IRA: Which is the Best Choice for You?

    Traditional IRA? Roth IRA? Both could help build savings in order to enjoy a comfortable—and maybe even an early—retirement. But which is right for you?

    What You Need to Know About Social Security

    Wed, Feb 16, 2022

    What You Need to Know About Social Security

    Unfortunately, understanding Social Security is not cut and dry. So to help, we answer four key questions.

    Annuities Explained

    Wed, Feb 2, 2022

    Annuities Explained

    Annuities are insurance contracts that buyers pay into today to receive a benefit in the future. But how much will you get, and when? It all depends.

    Asset Allocation Models and the Foolish Approach

    Wed, Jan 12, 2022

    Asset Allocation Models and the "Foolish" Approach

    There’s no fool-proof way to protect invested assets fully, but there are ways to better insulate against market drawdowns. Employing the “right” asset allocation is one of the most powerful.

    2 Layers of a Sustainable Retirement Investment Strategy

    Wed, Jan 5, 2022

    2 Layers of a Sustainable Retirement Investment Strategy

    What does retirement look like to you? Unfortunately, many individuals don’t dream big until they feel financially secure. This two-layer retirement investment strategy can set you on the path to reaching your dreams.

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