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3 Tips to Achieve Financial Independence Before You Retire

3 Tips to Achieve Financial Independence Before You Retire

Fireworks, parades, and pool parties. That’s what comes to mind for most people when they think about the Fourth of July. The holiday is a great midpoint in the summer to enjoy a couple days off work and celebrate with friends and family. Amid the festivities, it’s...
3 Affordable Tropical Locations for Your Retirement

3 Affordable Tropical Locations for Your Retirement

Summer has finally arrived. It’s time for sunshine, barbeques and maybe even vacations to the beach. If you’re still working, you may only get one or two weeks a year to escape from the office and enjoy the great weather. However, once you’re retired, you’ll have the...
3 Steps You Can Take to Minimize Risk

3 Steps You Can Take to Minimize Risk

Financial Reset in the 2nd Half of 2019 The year is flying by. It may be hard to believe, but we’re already halfway through 2019. Did you set financial goals at the beginning of the year? If so, how are those goals looking at the halfway point? The good news is you...

Late on Retirement Planning?

Tips to Jumpstart Your Savings It’s graduation season. Do you have a graduate who finishing up on college? If so, this is a time to celebrate your child’s accomplishment and their entrance into adulthood. It also may be a time to celebrate your new freedom. You have...
College Planning vs. Retirement Planning

College Planning vs. Retirement Planning

How the Strategies Differ Another school year is nearly over. If you have kids, you know how fast time flies. One day you’re dropping them off at daycare or sending them to kindergarten. The next thing you know, they’re preparing for college. Blink and you might miss...