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Month: December 2018

A Realistic New Year’s Resolution

Some New Year’s resolutions are more realistic than others. A realistic goal for everyone is to make a financial calendar for the upcoming year. This should include universal deadlines such as April 15th, and dates particular to you, such as insurance renewal dates, salary raises, and financial reviews. Starting the year off with knowledge of all important financial dates for the year can help you plan ahead, and ensure you aren’t caught off guard or scheduling too many events around the same time. Here are some important dates for everyone to remember. Q1 January 1st is the first day you contribute...

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How Retirement Could be Different in 2030

As I wait for the ball in Time Square drop to kick off the start of the new year, I can’t help but think of the changes that will come in the next decade, especially with regards to my retirement. With advancing technology and changing times, it’s hard to predict how things will evolve each year. I worry if I have prepared enough for my retirement, and think about ways in which the world will change when it finally comes time for me to leave the workforce in the next few years. If we take a look at technology and think about the different ways that we are currently advancing, we can try to...

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Wrapping Up 2018

While it’s easy to get caught up in the holiday spirit, running out to grab last minute gifts, baking dozens of gingerbread men and trimming your tree, don’t forget about your retirement plan. The end of the year is an important time for retires, and there’s a few things you should wrap up before it ends. One thing that comes with the end of a year is deadlines. An important deadline that can be costly to miss is your required minimum distribution. If you’re over the age of 70 ½ and have an IRA account, you have to withdraw a set amount by the end of the year. The tax penalty can be up to 50%...

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Evaluate Your Accounts Before Year-End

Before the year ends, it’s important to take a look back and reflect on 2018. You can look at how your investments changed, review your portfolio and note any changes that happened in the past year that affected you financially. This can be as easy as taking 15 minutes to check-up on your portfolio and make sure that you are on the right track for 2019. By evaluating your accounts and investments before the year ends, you can be confident in your finances and feel ready to take on the new year. You can start by checking your investments performance. Look at your retirement plans like 401(k)s...

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Strategies to Help Survive Volatile Markets

A volatile market can make anyone nervous, but it can be especially nerve-wracking for retirees and soon-to-be retirees who are concerned about protecting their nest egg for the long-term. And, one thing will always hold true: No one can predict the market’s ups and downs. This is why it’s important to create, no matter how positive or negative the stock market looks, a comprehensive retirement strategy that will help you survive a volatile market. First, develop monthly income from sources other than those that rely on the stock market. This monthly income should hopefully be able to cover...

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