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The New 529

Are you trying to make aggressive payments on student loans? If so, this is certainly an effective new strategy that can be utilized to shelter income from state tax that did not exist prior to the passing of the Secure Act.

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Developing and Maintaining Your Financial Fitness

"You work hard to keep your body fit and healthy. Regular exercise, dieting, annual physicals, doctors visits and perhaps even taking supplements are all a part of your physical fitness plan. But are you giving the same attention to your financial fitness? For many people, personal savings and retirement planning are not made a priority like they should be. I could argue that your finances are just as important as your physical health."

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Equifax Data Breach

"The settlement between Equifax and the US Government over their 2017 data breach has been reached. There have been plenty of headlines and talk surrounding the settlement. I wanted to take some time and highlight the important things to know and considerations if you were affected."

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Risks and Opportunities for the 2018 GM Buyouts

Shortly after releasing a strong third-quarter earnings report for 2018, GM sent correspondence to 50,000 of its employees that the company will be offering a voluntary severance package. The package is being offered to about 18,000 salaried employees who have 12 years or more experience.

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The "B" Word

No, I’m not talking about that “B” word! I’m talking about that curse word that most advisor’s broach with their clients, BUDGET. Now, I’m not talking about a budget in the sense that everyone has to have an itemized spreadsheet with dollars allotted for each activity, spending countless hours a week micromanaging. Generally its having an idea of how much income is coming in and expenses that are going out every month. To be frank, when you retire not only will you have to know your personal budget but also live within it. Otherwise you run the risk of running out of money.

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