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Target Date Funds: No Place To Hide

Millions of American workers have invested in target-date funds in their 401(k) accounts. And why not? They’re quick, and they’re easy, providing instant diversification and the benefits of a professionally designed investment portfolio tailored to meet your changing needs as you inch closer to retirement. Unfortunately, millions of target-date fund investors just discovered that even […]

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Want To Save On Taxes? Make Time To Fund Your 2021 IRA Before It’s Too Late

We’re getting closer to the April 18, 2022 deadline for filing your 2021 taxes and funding your IRAs or Roth IRAs for 2021 (that’s last year). The maximum amount you can contribute to your IRA for 2021 is $6,000 or 100% of taxable compensation ($7,000 if you turned 50 by the end of last year). That’s the same […]

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Ready For Retirement? Check Out Our Tips In Business Insider

Are you saving enough for retirement? We had a chance to chat with reporter Laila Maidan of Business Insider about designing a personalized retirement roadmap tailored to meet your specific goals. While saving 10% to 15% of income each year is a solid rule of thumb, that advice may not be suitable for everyone. A simple […]

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Yes, You Can Still Build Wealth After 50

Congratulations! If you just turned 50, you’re in the final stretch toward retirement. With today’s longer life expectancies, you may spend thirty years or even more in retirement living off of your savings. So don’t rest on your laurels just yet. Take advantage of the next decade or so before you retire to build up […]

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