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Medicare Mistakes That Could Uproot Your Retirement

Medicare is often the core health coverage for seniors during retirement. Knowing the ins and outs of the program is essential for your retirement finances. Following are some facts that may cause risks to arise in your retirement if not handled correctly. Enrollment is not entirely free. Each part

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Five things to be grateful for approaching retirement

It is close to Thanksgiving, so I’m going to take a whole new approach to my writing this week. I’m going to talk about gratitude. The first thing I would like to share is my gratitude for my parents. Many people talk about privilege. We live in a world

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Top 10 Proposed Tax Changes by Joe Biden

Since taxes were first imposed in 1913, they’ve gone up and they’ve gone down primarily because of different administrations in the government. Some administrations have run on a platform of lower taxes and less government, while others have run on a platform of higher taxes and more government. Some

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Self-directed Roth IRA

If you have ever gone on a cruise, you know that the cruise companies do an amazing job of trying to make sure they make money off of everything you do. While you’re on that vacation. It starts with flights and transfers to the cruise terminal and into it

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The Prosperity Path

I’ve struggled with my weight off and on throughout my lifetime. Maybe some of you can relate to this. My weight issues started when I was a child. From as early as I can remember, my dad used to make me eat everything that ended up on my plate,

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Four Top Risks Multiplied by Longevity

About 20 years ago, I decided it was time for a different vehicle. I went down to one of the local dealerships that one of my friends was managing at the time to see if he had anything that would fit what I was looking for. After looking at

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