Financial planning for your 40s

Financial Planning for Your 40s  

For many Americans, your 40s are your peak earning years. At this point, you are halfway between the point in your life when you entered the workforce and when you’ll reach the traditional retirement age. This is why this decade is an essential time to stay on track or get on track with saving for […]

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financial planning for your 30s

Financial Planning for Your 30s  

Your 20s can be a tough time financially. Many 20-somethings are graduating from college, entering the workforce for the first time and figuring out how to navigate the financial responsibilities of adult life. When it comes to building toward and meeting your financial goals, your 30s is a great time to get started. If you […]

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assets for recession

Best Performing Assets for When a Recession Hits

A bear market and high rates of inflation have many people wondering if the country is heading toward another recession. When a recession hits, there’s a decline in economic activity that continues for several months. Sales, income, employment and production all tend to drop during a recession.  Even if the idea of a recession has […]

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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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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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