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Retirement

Quit Living So Long!

The mainstream media has your number. You make too much money, you don’t pay enough in taxes, and you get too many tax deductions. Now there’s a new charge to

Retirement

Looking At Muted Returns? Your 401(k) Might Be Your Best Friend

If they’re not sick to their stomachs yet, they will be soon. First-quarter 401(k) account statements will be arriving in mail boxes in a few short weeks. When they do,

Retirement

The Most Useless Question in Retirement Planning

Who wants to spend their golden years slowly depleting their nest egg hoping they don’t outlive it? No one wants to live out their best years that way!

Retirement

The Next Bankruptcy to Hit Your Portfolio

There’s an old saying that if you owe the bank $1 million, you have a problem. But if you owe the bank $100 million, then the bank has a problem.

Retirement

The Looming Retirement Crisis: There Are No Easy Fixes!

I don’t know Robert C. Merton personally. Reading his biography, he seems smart and accomplished. He holds degrees from Columbia, Caltech, and MIT. He was also awarded the Nobel Prize

Retirement

Your 401(k) Plan: It’s More Than Just An Investment Account

Charles’ Dent 401k Advisor is designed to make you money, no matter what the stock market is doing. With it, he’ll show you how to properly allocate your portfolio for 2016.

Retirement

A Little Secret of the Financial Planning Industry

Here’s a dirty little secret of the financial planning industry: most financial planning rules are so dumbed down you can’t even use them.

Retirement

It’s Not Too Late to Max Out Your 401(k)!

If you find yourself in a high tax bracket, you get an effective “return” of as much as 46% just for contributing and having your employer match.

Retirement

401(k) Plan: Check to Make Sure You’re Doing These Two Things

While your 401(k) plan just doesn’t seem exciting enough to bother watching, you really should take a good 10 minutes today and give it a look.

Retirement

Momentum Investing: How to Not End Up Old and Broke!

Might sound like a lot, but it takes as little as 10 minutes a month.