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Stethoscope on 100 dollar bills symbolizing financial surveillance

The Cost of Cancer

Cancer can be a scary word that conjures up many emotions. Fear, anxiety, sadness, anger and helplessness are all valid feelings that may follow a…

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Your Tax-Smart Checklist

No matter your age, you may benefit from a tax-smart checklist that seeks to maximize your tax-savings potential. Learn at least 4 tax-advantaged tips for…

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Savings Advice I’d Give To My 20-Something-Year-Old-Self

Experiencing financial freedom after graduating from college is liberating but what you do with that first paycheck will pave the way for your financial future….

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Think Twice Before Banking on an Athletic Scholarship

Many young athletes dream of one day playing their sport at the college level. However, it is very difficult to make an NCAA team, and…

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Three Little Numbers That Can Change Your Life

It’s important to understand what a credit score is and how those three little numbers play a surprisingly major role in the direction your life…

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Are you Self-Employed? What to Know about Tax Time

If you’ve made or are making a transition to self-employment, in essence, you have become your own Human Resources and Payroll Department. Those notes on…

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What You Need To Know When Buying a House

Buying a home is one of the biggest financial decisions you can make, and it’s a process that can make you feel very insecure. Am…

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It’s Tax Season – Time To Get Tax Smart

There are a number of ways throughout the year that you can reduce your tax burden while pursuing long-term financial goals like retirement, a college…

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The Psychology Behind Saving for Retirement

For over thirty years, the retirement savings landscape has shifted from company-financed pension plans to employee-financed retirement plans. The unintended consequence of transferring responsibility to…

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The Power of Saving for Retirement in Your Early 20s

Young, new employees often think about the idea of saving for retirement long before they actually do anything about it, often missing out on some…

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Easing the Pain of Student Debt

These days, with college costs rising faster than inflation, you could be looking at student debt of $10,000, $25,000, $50,000 or more. Although it was…

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Consolidating Your 401(k) Accounts

Considering the fact that “college-educated Baby Boomers on average held about 12 jobs from the ages of 18 to 48” (Bureau of Labor Statistics), odds…

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10 Ways to Make the Most of Your Money

Making the most of your money isn’t about what you spend—it’s what you save, as more savings allows you to have more choices over your…

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Take Charge of Your Financial Story

Sometimes when we read the latest gender-specific statistics, such as women make less than men or more elderly females live in poverty compared to men,…

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Disability Insurance: Why You Need to Insure Your Income

You have insurance for your health, your home, and your car. But, if you’re like most people, you probably don’t have insurance to protect your…

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Words to Live By: Start Saving Now

When it comes to saving for your future, you really can’t afford to wait. By the time you get around to signing up for your…

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Why Your 401(k) Matters More Than You Think

To augment your Social Security benefits during retirement, there is no getting around saving aggressively throughout your working years. That’s where your 401(k) comes into…

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Financial Health is Achievable…Step by Step

With everything going on in our lives, financial health is often the last thing any of us think about. Often, we are consumed with immediate…

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The Role of Our Biases in Investing

Every day we make thousands of decisions. Some big, others small. Some decisions we are consciously aware of—while others we make instinctively and automatically, often…

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What Your Homeowners Insurance Might Not Cover

As a homeowner, you should carefully examine your homeowners property insurance policy. You may be surprised to see what your insurance covers and what it…

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