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Investing Means Tolerating Some Risk

Investing Means Tolerating Some Risk That truth must always be recognized. When financial markets have a bad day, week, or month, discomforting headlines and data can swiftly communicate a message to retirees and retirement savers alike: equity investments are risky things, and Wall Street is a risky place. All true. If you want to accumulate...
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Debunking a Few Popular Retirement Myths

Debunking a Few Popular Retirement Myths It seems high time to dispel some of these misconceptions.   Generalizations about money and retirement linger. Some have been around for decades, and some new clichés have recently joined their ranks. Let’s examine a few.   “When I’m retired, I won’t really have to invest anymore.” Society still...
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Minimizing Probate When Setting Up Your Estate

Probate subtly reduces the value of many estates. It can take more than a year in some cases, and attorney’s fees, appraiser’s fees, and court costs may eat up as much as 5% of a decedent’s accumulated assets.1 What do those fees pay for? In many cases, routine clerical work. Few estates require more than...
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Why You Want a Retirement Plan in Writing

Many people save and invest vaguely for the future. They know they need to accumulate money for retirement, but when it comes to how much they will need or how they will do it, they are not quite sure. They will “wing it,” hope for the best, and see how it goes. How do they...
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How Much Do You Really Know About Long-Term Care?

How much does eldercare cost, and how do you arrange it when it is needed? The average person might have difficulty answering those two questions, for the answers are not widely known. For clarification, here are some facts to dispel some myths.   True or false: Medicare will pay for your mom or dad’s nursing...
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Getting (Mentally) Ready to Retire

A successful retirement is not merely measured in financial terms. Even those who retire with small fortunes can face boredom or depression and the fear of drawing down their savings too fast.   Financial Challenges of Retirement   Practically all retirees have some financial anxiety. It relates to the fact of no longer earning a...
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