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Understanding the Money Value of Time

Understanding the Money Value of TimeIn the realm of financial planning, time is our most valuable asset. It’s available to all of us, providing each individual with the same opportunity to optimize its value in building wealth. It’s the only resource we all have over...

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What to do if Your credit Card Has Been Compromised

What to do if Your credit Card Has Been CompromisedThere’s no denying that Americans are in love with their credit cards; but increasingly, the romance is rocked by the actions of unsavory characters seeking to come between them. More specifically, they’re seeking to...

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Does Investing Inertia Have You Trapped?

Does Investing Inertia Have You Trapped?Investors are prone to many behavioral mistakes that can cost them dearly. Trying to time the market, trying to pick the winners, chasing returns, trying to go it alone are among the most common. But the one that can inflict the...

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Why You Need an Investment Philosophy

Why You Need an Investment PhilosophyThere are many who would suggest that, in a digitally-wired world in which information travels at light speed to all corners, the investment playing field has been leveled between individual investors and the institutions. In...

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Asset Allocation: The Key to Long-Term Investment Returns

Asset Allocation: The Key to Long-Term Investment ReturnsWatching the roller coaster ride of the stock market can make many investors queasy. Even though the stock market has, historically, always trended up, investors can’t help but feel uneasy as they watch the...

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Student Loan Defaults Can Wreak Havoc on Retirees

Student Loan Defaults Can Wreak Havoc on RetireesNo one could have foreseen the convergence of two of the most consequential economic events in our history – the mass migration of the Baby Boom generation into their final life stage and the tectonic shift of a...

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Investing for Retirement: What Would Warren Buffett Do?

Investing for Retirement: What Would Warren Buffett Do?Caught in an extraordinary convergence of unhinged stock market volatility and historically low interest rates on savings, many people are rethinking their plans and their vision for the future, especially as they...

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Keeping Up With the Identity Thieves

Keeping Up With the Identity ThievesIdentity thieves are upping their game. In their relentless pursuit of your personal identifying information (PII) they are constantly evolving in their technology and their techniques to stay one step ahead of you. In past blog...

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3 Risk Factors that Can Improve Portfolio Performance

3 Risk Factors that Can Improve Portfolio PerformanceFor as long as there has been stock markets, investors have intuitively known that expectations of returns come with commensurate expectations of risk; the higher return one expects the greater the risk one assumes...

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Managing Student Loan Debt Through Consolidation

Managing Student Loan Debt Through ConsolidationThe figures out last year show that the average amount of student loan debt a student graduates with is a little more than $35,000.  Most graduates are carrying multiple student loans from multiple sources, and the cost...

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