Roadblocks Preventing an Economic Recovery and How to Position a Self-Directed IRA (updated for 2022)

As we continue to see the bogus numbers coming out of Washington, and the political rhetoric that comes from the President’s reelection, we thought we would look at what stands in the way of solid recovery and compare that to what the government is doing. Issue 1 – The National Debt The United States is […]

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8 Financial To-Do’s Before and After Changing Jobs

Securing a new job is an exciting time. It represents an opportunity to advance your career, develop as a professional, and make positive changes to your life overall.  Getting a new job isn’t just about you and your growth, however. Ranging from your daily earnings to your retirement savings, changing jobs also has serious implications […]

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Why Millennials Need To Start Saving for Retirement Now (And How To Get Started)

Millennials have less of a safety net than the generations before them. In fact, retirement will be different for millennials than it is for the baby boomer generation. Student loan debts — coupled with the fact that they lived through a recession and face higher-than-average unemployment and job insecurity rates — mean that retirement is […]

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How The CARES Act Will Impact Your Retirement Accounts

The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act has gotten a lot of attention because it promises stimulus checks and expanded unemployment for millions of Americans, but there’s a lot more to the 880-page law than that. It contains several provisions that affect retirement savings, including some that give you immediate, penalty-free access to […]

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