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Investing has changed dramatically. Many of my peers have worked in the pit or the trading floor as portrayed in those hectic movie scenes with traders shouting and signaling buy and sell orders. With trading becoming more electronically based, pits are rapidly disappearing. This fast-paced, on the go industry is a great fit for mobile… Read Article →

The following is a guest post from Rebecca Walser, a licensed tax attorney and certified financial planner who specializes in working with high net worth individuals, families and businesses at Walser Wealth. The hardest thing about upward mobility – the so-called American dream – is attaining it. Perhaps the second hardest thing is this: Once… Read Article →

Press Release: There is a rise in the number of people renting homes when they retire, according to Girlings Retirement Rentals, who put this down to changing attitudes and perceptions to renting over the past decade and the many benefits renting in later life can offer. Girlings Retirement Rentals reports a steady growth in enquiries… Read Article →

According to a 2016 study by NerdWallet, households with credit card debt are working themselves out of an average $16,061 hole. With respect to ridding one’s self of the debt chains and getting out of that hole, one school of thought is that credit cards with higher interest rates should be paid off first while the other… Read Article →

Press Release: Years of hard work, planning and saving will pay off for retirement but then leaving it for your children and grandchildren could ruin their lives. During the recent elections, there was discussion about possibly changing the estate tax thresholds. The recommendation has been to raise the estate tax from its current $5.45 million… Read Article →

The following is a guest post from Alexander Joyce, President and CEO of ReJoyce Financial LLC. He’s also a Safe Money and Retirement Income Planning specialist, and has hosted radio shows, such as “The Safe Money and Income Radio Show” and “The Ask Mr. Annuity Radio Show.” Alexander is a licensed professional in Indiana and specializes in working… Read Article →

Developer Bradley McCarthy, an electrical engineer who retired at 46, has developed a very useful app  – iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch devices – for those interested in determining if they are on track to retire comfortably, make adjustments to their withdrawal (decumulation) plan, and track progress as they edge closer to retirement. The app uses… Read Article →

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