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The IRS goes easy on retirement income.
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A 401(k) isn't the only place you can save for retirement.
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There's a huge gap between 401(k) haves and have-nots.
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Do you think you're a long-term investor who should buy-hold through a bad market? If you are retired and drawing money from your investments, I think that's a very dangerous idea. In fact, if you had retired 15 years ago and then followed a buy-and-hold strategy, you would now be out of money.
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Don't put all your eggs in one basket!

A common mistake do-it-yourself investors make is switching investments to cash at the wrong time and letting fear or greed rule their decisions.
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Democratic presidential candidates are drawing up new retirement funding plans, which call for tax changes.
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One troubling indicator may be coming from the tech sector, which seems to be flashing a warning sign last seen during the dot-com bubble.
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The market's mood has gone from extremely bearish to downright bullish in just a month. What's changed? Oil has stabilized. Economic data and earnings aren't as awful as feared. Can the rally keep going?
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Financial security is declining for every age group except seniors. Here’s why older Americans may be in a financial sweet spot.
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Social Security is getting just a little more complicated! NOW is the time to schedule an appointment with a Wealth Strategist.

You may need to move fast, unless you're grandfathered into the old system.
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It's a long shot. But whether you accumulate a seven-figure nest egg by the time you retire, depends on a number of factors, but mostly boils down to how diligently you save and how long you're willing to continue working.
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It's never too early to plan for retirement!

It works best when you start early
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2016 has been a great year for market bears. One short seller is up nearly 20% this year thanks to bets against big European banks ... and he thinks that stocks haven't come close to bottoming just yet.
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Q: While doing my taxes I discovered that I made more money in 2015 than I anticipated. I was forced to take money out of…
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