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Bull or Bear Market? Plan Both Ways

After another good year on Wall Street in 2014, some stock market prognosticators are predicting a reversal of fortunes for 2015, while others expect another

How Well Do You Know Your 401(k)?

The old saying “knowledge is power” applies to many situations in life, including retirement planning. The more you know about the benefits your plan offers,

Retirement Health Care Costs

The issue of health care costs in retirement — and planning for them well in advance of retirement — is becoming key to any retirement

Market Confusion: Up is Down and Down is Up

If you were watching the markets day to day, you experienced a mild roller coaster, what trading professionals refer to as a sideways market. One

The Able Act Helps Disabled Americans

Up until recently, parents of disabled children had a dilemma. Their children could qualify for Medicaid (Medi-Cal in California) and receive lifetime medical coverage. However,

Tax Time: Tips for Getting Organized

Ask many Americans about their experience with tax time and they are likely to describe lots of paperwork, confusing rules, and late nights on their

Can I Save More on My Taxes???

The holidays are behind us and many of us are getting ready for that much dreaded tax season. The whole ordeal can be pretty daunting.

Don’t be a victim of financial crime!

Protecting ourselves from financial crimes in the modern day can be much more elusive than what we were used to in the past. We hear

Bull or Bear Market? Plan Both Ways

After another good year on Wall Street in 2014, some stock market prognosticators are predicting a reversal of fortunes for 2015, while others expect another

How Well Do You Know Your 401(k)?

The old saying “knowledge is power” applies to many situations in life, including retirement planning. The more you know about the benefits your plan offers,

Retirement Health Care Costs

The issue of health care costs in retirement — and planning for them well in advance of retirement — is becoming key to any retirement

Market Confusion: Up is Down and Down is Up

If you were watching the markets day to day, you experienced a mild roller coaster, what trading professionals refer to as a sideways market. One

The Able Act Helps Disabled Americans

Up until recently, parents of disabled children had a dilemma. Their children could qualify for Medicaid (Medi-Cal in California) and receive lifetime medical coverage. However,

Tax Time: Tips for Getting Organized

Ask many Americans about their experience with tax time and they are likely to describe lots of paperwork, confusing rules, and late nights on their

Can I Save More on My Taxes???

The holidays are behind us and many of us are getting ready for that much dreaded tax season. The whole ordeal can be pretty daunting.

Don’t be a victim of financial crime!

Protecting ourselves from financial crimes in the modern day can be much more elusive than what we were used to in the past. We hear