Long-Term Care Is Changing: Here Is What You Need to Know, Now

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Long-term care should be part of everyone’s retirement planning. Just as everyone should have a retirement fund, ensuring you have a long-term care plan is just as important. With the population rapidly aging, you can expect to see long-term care changes, which is why you should start planning now.

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Marriage and Money: 8 Financial Tips for Couples Before Saying 'I Do'

You found the love of your life and you can’t wait to get married. However, you don’t want to get so caught up in your wedding plans that you fail to lay a solid foundation for your future together. Talking about money before you tie the knot is one way to avoid future conflict. Conversations about money are always awkward, but laying your financial cards down on the table before you get married is always a good idea.

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Understanding Investment Time Horizons as Part of Retirement Planning

One of the consequences of the internet age is an ever-increasing lack of patience. We are used to finding what we want quickly and receiving near-instant gratification. While that may work with finding the right video or online shopping, it doesn’t work with investment time. Getting the maximum return on investments as part of a retirement strategy takes planning and patience.

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Motivators for Planning for Long-Term Care

When you think about retirement, you also should start planning for long-term care. Even if retirement is years away, you should include a long-term care budget as part of your retirement strategy.

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3 Ways a Youth Account Can Transform your Child's Piggy Bank

Money plays a crucial role in everyone’s life, so it’s no surprise that children start learning about money early. Children are observers, and as they watch mom and dad make purchases at the store, fill the gas tank, and pay bills, they start to develop an awareness of money. That’s why financial literacy has to start early. Even before your kids are ready to open their own youth accounts, they should be prepared with basic lessons about savings, credit, and debt.

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How to Have Confidence in Your Retirement Investing Strategy

 

There are many ways to save for retirement. When choosing how to save, you want your retirement savings to be secure and yield a maximum return on your money, In addition to simple savings and individual retirement accounts (IRAs) that have a fixed interest rate, you should include a retirement investment strategy as well.

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Work-from-Home Tax Deductions to Consider

These days there is nothing novel about working from home. Since the pandemic began, 88% of organizations have mandated or encouraged employees to work from home to minimize the risk of contagion. And the number of stay-at-home workers will remain high even after the pandemic. According to a PwC survey, 78% of CEOs say remote work will continue post-COVID-19.

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4 Top-of-Mind Retirement Planning Tips to Know Now

When balancing the household budget every month, how much are you setting aside for retirement? Retirement planning should be the foundation of your financial strategy. In addition to paying for housing, food, and other bills, you should allocate enough money for retirement savings so you will be prepared when you are ready to retire.

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Is an Individual Retirement Account (IRA) Right for You?

When considering a retirement strategy, one of the first questions you should ask is whether an individual retirement account (IRA) is right for you. IRAs are useful tools for any retirement strategy since they provide a means to lock money away and offer tax advantages. This blog will offer some insight into IRAs to help you determine what type suits your retirement needs. Opening an IRA is the easiest way to start saving for the future.

It’s never too early to start planning for retirement. In fact, the earlier the better. The more money you can put aside early before family obligations and other lifelong commitments ensue, the more money you will have when it’s time to retire. Anyone can open an IRA account, even if you have a 401(k) retirement savings plan where you work. A key fact to keep in mind: Your IRA continues to build on itself and in a way, it’s your smartest investment. Start as soon as you can and enjoy a larger payout for your efforts.

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Estate Planning 101

When someone talks about estate planning, do you think of wealthy relatives with lots of property and money in the bank? The truth is that we all have some form of estate or legacy, so we all need to go through estate planning—and the earlier the better. Consider this blog post your introduction to Estate Planning 101.

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