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You hear it all the time: you should make sure your retirement savings at least keep pace with inflation. But what is inflation and how does it really affect your retirement savings?

In simple terms, inflation is defined as an increase in the general level of prices for goods and services. Def...

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The same principles to investing money apply
If I asked you how you spend your money, you could answer with a decent amount of precision (and maybe some embarrassment). But if I asked you how you invest your money, your answer would be very different – because spending money and investing money a...

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While the outcome of the 2017 presidential election is expected to usher in a new era for U.S. health care, the painstaking and challenging work of shifting to value-based care will likely continue even if the Affordable Care Act (ACA) is repealed, according to the PwC Health Research Institute's an...

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It’s a question fraught with emotions
If you are like most parents, you will wrestle with this question: which is more important – my own retirement or my child’s education? And as you think about that question, you’ll be flooded with a lot of emotion. Shouldn’t I be thinking of my child’...

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What you can learn from the Oracle of Omaha

We’ve all heard about Warren Buffett, the 86-year-old multibillionaire known for his friendly demeanor, modest style of living in Omaha, and remarkable ability to create wealth. How does he make so much money? How does Warren and his long-time associat...

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