Category Archives: Retirement Planning

Getting on Track for Retirement: Six Things to Do Now

Concerned about whether you are on track for retirement?  Here are six things you can start doing now:  Start sooner rather than later. The sooner you start planning and evaluating if you are on track, the more options you give … Continue reading

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A College Education Will Cost How Much???

With college costs continuing to climb, is it realistic to think parents can fund their children’s college and their own retirement?  The financial aid website (www.finaid.org) suggests using the 1/3 rule of thumb, meaning if you can afford it, you … Continue reading

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Financial Checklist for 2012… and every year

There are many financial documents and steps that you should review or complete each year, and others that it is important to do at least every few years. Here are some important financial tasks to consider completing during the calendar … Continue reading

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