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Too many people just don’t have it, but your financial advisor can help

April is National Financial Literacy Month – an entire month dedicated to underscoring the importance of learning, establishing and maintaining healthy financial habits.

But ask yourself this: what have you learned about any...

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The higher risk of not having sufficient money in her retirement is real

Women are more vulnerable to financial insecurity because they typically live longer, have more breaks in their employment and earn less.

Making the right financial decisions is therefore crucial for all women, from Social...

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Some life transitions, such as a career change, are planned. Others, such as job loss or divorce, can be sudden and unexpected. These situations often create concerns about money and your changing lifestyle. One way of dealing with this insecurity is to determine your financial staying power, which...

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We’re all busy. There is always some new item on our constantly growing to-do lists. Some tasks are fun to take on others are tedious, boring, long or all the above. But some of the most important to-do’s in our lives often get overlooked because -- well, let’s face it -- they’re not all that fun.

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Your emergency cash fund is as important as your retirement funds

The partial government shutdown could result in 800,000 federal workers across the county missing a paycheck on January 11th. And if the shutdown continues to drag on, it’s possible that these workers won’t receive another paycheck...

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Does this fast-growing industry fit within financial planning? It’s complicated.

Notwithstanding the pros and cons of medical marijuana, the legalization of cannabis for recreational use may be hazardous to your wealth. And then again, maybe it will help you reach new (investment) highs.

Still...

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