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Money Moves Teachers Should Consider Before Retirement
As an educator, you have a unique set of financial considerations that don’t affect other professionals. Teachers may be eligible for a state-sponsored pension plan. These pension programs vary by state and eligibility is usually contingent on years of service, but they are specifically created to help teachers with retirement planning. And even if you […]
It’s Christmas Time! What a wonderful time of the year. I remember when I was growing up it seemed like Christmas would never get here. Now, it seems to come in ever increasing frequency. We all tend to get caught up in pursuing the perfect Christmas present for our friends and loved ones. We […]
Are All Advisors the Same?
It seems like these days nearly everybody in the financial world claims to be an “advisor.” But can there a difference from one advisor to the next? You betcha, and you need to be aware of the differences and how you may be. Financial advisors are held to one of two main standards: fiduciary standard […]
How to Manage Your Finances After the Loss of a Loved One
Many people are simply not prepared to manage their finances after the loss of loved one. This is especially true if the deceased family member was the person who typically paid the bills and managed the investments for your household. There’s nothing to be ashamed of if you suddenly find yourself in this position, but […]
How to Maximize Your Retirement Income
You’ve worked hard all your life to support yourself and your family, but now you’re retired and you’re living on a fixed income. You earned a good living and planned well, so you’re not worried about outliving your savings, but you still want to maximize your income and live as well as you can. So, […]