How Life Insurance Needs Can Change Over the Decades

Your 20s You are just starting out…no spouse and no kids.  Life is fast and fun but you are already thinking about doing the right thing.  You had a financial plan created and are working toward things like buying a house and preparing for retirement.  You get on...

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How Much Do You Need to Make to Buy a Home?

So how much house can you afford? I just read through the HSH.com study showing all of us how much money we needed to be making to afford a home in 27 cities around the United States. Aside from the obvious things like it costs much more to buy a house in San...

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Five Retirement Income Mistakes to Avoid

Congratulations! You feel you are in a position to retire. But then you feel a chill and the hair on the back of your neck rises up as the reality of producing a monthly “paycheck” from your various investment accounts starts to scare you. How in the world can you...

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Cleaning Up Your Finances in the New Year

Each year many of us take some time to set resolutions as we approach the New Year. I like to call them goals but frankly any time we can think about growth I think it is a good thing! Why not take the time to do a check up on your financial health? Here are some...

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