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The following is a guest post from Ann Vanderslice, president and CEO of Retirement Planning Strategies. Ann helps federal employees understand their benefits, maximize the value of their benefits and plan for retirement, as well as organize income planning and IRA distributions. Vanderslice holds the Registered Financial Consultant designation from the International Association of Registered Financial Consultants… Read Article →

I’m a big believer in using mobile technology to make my life easier and reduce friction. That approach absolutely extends to banking and managing my finances. In addition to using Apple Pay when possible, I regularly use multiple finance related apps including PayPal, Fidelity, Chase, Citibank, and the banking apps associated with my personal and business… Read Article →

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 →

Maybe. How do you know? If you have not developed a detailed plan that looks at all the critical factors – projected expenses, years until retirement, current savings/investments, projected return on investments, projected sources of passive income, current savings rate, and withdrawal rate – it’s possible. In fact, if you have not developed a detailed… Read Article →

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