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Determining "Risk Tolerance" In Retirement?

With the myriad of changes that happen when you retire, it is important to know that you have someone on your side who can give you the best advice that aligns with your values, priorities, and goals for retirement and that person is your financial advisor.

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Family Vacation Tips That Will Save You Money This Summer

Family vacations can be wonderful for connecting with your loved ones and sharing new experiences with them, but swimming with dolphins, all-inclusive cruises, and trips to Disney are quite pricey. I’d like to show you how you can still have wonderful family vacations without breaking the bank.

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Benefits of Non-Traditional Retirement for Athletes

If you are a professional athlete, your average career span is about 10 years. That number varies depending on the sport. For example, the average time for a player in the NFL is 3.5 years whereas the average for the NBA is about 5. That isn’t a long time! According to these numbers, many athletes will be looking for additional work or retiring by about 30. You have another 40-50 years of life before heading off to other shores.

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A Guide To Caring for Aging Family Members

There are over 43 million caregivers in the United States. According to an AARP 2015 report, these unpaid caregivers provide over 470 billion dollars worth of value based on the time and services performed. A new addition to the family structure, caregivers are often spouses, stay-at-home parents, children, or other relatives who provide health services to aging family members.