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4 Predictions About 2020 that Didn’t Come True

Not only are we entering a new year, but a new decade! You might have a lot to look forward to in the coming decade: Maybe your children will graduate from college, maybe you’ll become a grandparent, and maybe you’ll retire. We’ll also probably see some significant technological advancements and interesting global developments, but no…

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New Year, New Law Pt. 2: Time to Review Your Estate Plan


The Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement (SECURE) Act is the biggest piece of retirement legislation to be passed in years. It will undoubtedly have a major effect on how many Americans approach retirement planning, and particularly estate planning. We’re covering these changes throughout the month and focusing on the elimination of ‘stretch’ IRAs…

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New Year, New Law: What’s in the Secure Act?

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Donald Trump ended 2019 by signing a 2020 spending bill that includes the Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement (SECURE) Act. It’s the biggest piece of retirement legislation to be passed in years and it will undoubtedly have a major effect on how many Americans approach retirement and estate planning. This month we’ll cover…

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Will You Retire in 2020?

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Once all the presents are all unwrapped and the tree is taken down, it’s important to think about the upcoming year and your future. Will 2020 be your retirement year? For some, retirement comes at a milestone. Maybe it’s 35 years on the job or their 65th birthday, or maybe their goal is to retire…

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3 Tips for Financial Health for the New Year

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A recent Northwestern Mutual survey found that 41% of Americans are stressed about retirement planning, and 46% worry about outliving their savings.[1] And with 62% of Americans stressed about money in general[2], it’s surprising that only 28% of Americans will actually make New Year’s resolutions that are financial in nature, according to a MassMutual survey[3].…

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3 Tips for Traveling During the Holidays

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“I’m traveling for the holidays.” Just those words can make blood pressures rise. Gridlock traffic, delayed flights, and crowded train stations come to mind. Add in high travel costs and making a trip during the holidays seems like a downright bad idea. But there’s a reason why so many people do it: Seeing family and…

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Reminder: 4 Important Things To Do by December 31st

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You might have a Christmas to-do list to help you stay on track this holiday season. And while it may be an overwhelming list already, there are a few important financial deadlines you should add to it. It’s the season of giving, so don’t forget to give yourself the gift of tax planning. What you…

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Alternative Gift ideas

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You could say that the law of diminishing returns applies to Christmas gifts as we age: As time goes on, we can use less and less material gifts. At a certain point we accumulate so many possessions that when we say “I don’t need anything for Christmas” we really mean it. So, rather than continue…

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