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WHAT ARE TAX FREE BONDS?

07.02.2020

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WHAT ARE TAX FREE BONDS?

Should you buy tax free municipal bonds? Are these bonds right for you? I find that a lot of investors are confused about tax-free bonds. And many people think that because the interest…
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Is the 4% Rule for Retirement Wrong?

06.25.2020

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Is the 4% Rule for Retirement Wrong?

The 4% Rule is a short-hand rule of thumb that helps you calculate how much of your portfolio you can safely withdraw in retirement without running out of money.
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How Much Will Healthcare Cost In Retirement?

06.19.2020

  • #Healthcare

How Much Will Healthcare Cost In Retirement?

The cost of healthcare is a big line item to factor into your spending in retirement and it’s something that many people forget to plan for when they are figuring out how to…
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Should You Refinance Your Mortgage During Coronavirus?

06.16.2020

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Should You Refinance Your Mortgage During Coronavirus?

Even if you’ve refinanced or bought a house in the last few years, for many homeowners, it makes a lot of sense to look seriously at refinancing right now… But not everyone should…
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Market & Economic Outlook | June 2020

06.10.2020

  • #Newsletters

Market & Economic Outlook | June 2020

While we think that stocks are still at risk for continued volatility, the economic news should gradually improve from here, and we may be on the precipice of a new bull market!
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Roth IRA Vs. Traditional IRA: Which Is Better For You?

06.03.2020

  • #Investing
  • #Retirement

Roth IRA Vs. Traditional IRA: Which Is Better For You?

Confused about the differences between Roth vs. traditional IRAs and which one is better for you? Learn the differences and why you should invest in a Roth IRA instead of a traditional IRA.
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