Category: Financial Management


How to Build a Retirement Strategy While Reducing Risks

You hear it all the time: No pain, no gain. Or when it comes to investing: No risk, no reward. You learn about a guy who made a killing on some hot stock, and you think if you don’t make that same kind of bold move with your investments, you’re missing out. For most individuals, […]

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Funding 40 Years of Retirement

Will you live to 100? Your odds of becoming a centenarian may be improving. Earlier this year, the Centers for Disease Control reported that the population of Americans aged 100 or older rose 44% between 2000 and 2014. The Pew Research Center says that the world had more than four times as many centenarians in […]

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Warm Up Your February Romance With These Low-Budget Date Night Ideas

February is a month that’s just perfect for romance. Not only is it home to Valentine’s Day, but all those cold winter nights just cry out for cozying up with the one you love. Here are a few date night ideas to rekindle the flames with your special someone — without spending a lot of […]

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5 Things 4th Quarter Football Strategy Can Teach You About Retirement Planning

Football season has entered a critical stretch, and the thrilling nature of the playoff games is boosting the sport’s popularity during this time of year. Have you ever watched a game and thought that the fourth quarter always seems to matter the most? As the game gets closer to the end, the pressure builds, and […]

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The Unsung Role of Budget Planning in Retirement

Sometimes, the little things make a big difference. You probably remember the proverb about how for want of a nail, eventually, the kingdom was lost. As you edge toward retirement, you don’t want to lose your kingdom because of a detail you hadn’t figured on. Budgets and expense planning can be that overlooked little thing. […]

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