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Government’s New Fiduciary Rule Opens Door to Retirement Ripoff

The requirement to have financial advisors act as fiduciaries open the doors to a retirement ripoff. By now,

Why Your Accountant Doesn’t Help You Pay Less Tax

Since most financial laws are made by the rich for the benefit of the rich, it’s no wonder you

Eliminate All Debt? No, Just the Bad Debt

Poor People Think Debt is Bad There is a wave or proponents for eliminating debt as the route

Prepare for Retirement With Little Savings

There’s no shortage of research and studies that tell you people have done little to prepare for retirement.

Income Stocks

To eliminate stocks from your retirement income plan would be a mistake. Not only are some stocks significant

Stock Market Direction, Up or Down

There is no shortage of opinions on the stock market direction. Just watch CNBC for an hour or

Bank Preferred Stocks – These Banks Pay 6%

Even in this low rate environment, you can earn 6% on bank preferred stocks, including such names as as

Home Equity is a Bad Investment

I know that most people think that home equity is a good thing because the more equity that you

Will I Run Out of Money?

Will I Run Out of Money? It’s the most frequent concern of retirees, “will I run out of

At What Rate Do You Pay Tax on Dividends?

Good news. Most retirees pay tax on dividends at a very low rate. Retirees benefit from several senior

Maximum Social Security Monthly Benefit

As of January 2016, the maximum Social Security monthly benefit one can collect is $2,639 (this excludes those with

Heartfelt Retirement Gift Suggestions

Retirement gift suggestions are always welcome when a coworker is retiring. Unless you are a “naturally gifted” gift-giver,