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Recent Changes to Social Security Could Affect Your Retirement Strategy

On November 2, 2015, the Bipartisan budget act of 2015 was signed into law in order to prevent a government shutdown and help the sustainability of the Social Security program. The act contains some rule

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6 Scary Retirement Statistics

I have a good friend who just sold his nursing home business and he commented to me that $200,000 for his “best” care would be the norm in less than 5 years. He estimated that now it was about $90,000

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Tony Robbins – Money, Master The Game – Cliff Notes

Tony Robbins – Money, Master The Game – Cliff Notes In Tony Robbins’ newest and first book in over 20 years, “Money, Master The Game”, Tony interviews 50 of the greatest financial

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Fixed Indexed Annuity FAQ

Here are a handful of common questions that seem to come up when people learn about Fixed Indexed Annuities. Fixed Indexed Annuity FAQ… What happens if I die early? Unlike an immediate income annuity,

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Are You Prepared for Medicare’s Annual Enrollment Period?

With annual enrollment opening from Oct. 15 through Dec. 7, Medicare beneficiaries will have the chance to make changes to their plans during the annual enrollment period. Before changing a Medicare plan,

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Medicare Premiums Set to Spike Without Congressional Action

In 2016, Medicare monthly premiums are scheduled to rise from $104.90 to $159.30, a spike of more than 50 percent that will affect about 16.5 million Medicare enrollees. While that 16.5 represents a little

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What Role Can you Play in the National Economy?

Thanks to our nation’s growth in employment levels, low gas prices and stability in the real estate market, it was expected that consumer confidence would remain steady. Instead, the index measuring

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Don’t Over-Exercise the Brain

According to a new study correlating exercise and cognition by the University of Kansas Alzheimer’s Disease Center, exercise may help mature adults stay cognitively sharp — but there’s no need to

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4 Tips To Prevent Diabetes

The fact that 12 to 14 percent of Americans suffer from diabetes may not be that surprising, but a recent study’s findings that about half of the U.S. population has either diabetes or prediabetes serves

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Money Saving Travel Ideas

Doesn’t learning how to write off your vacation as a tax deduction sound like one of the more interesting money saving travel ideas worth reading about? Some research excursions offer to send volunteers

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