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Five Common Retirement Regrets: A Guide for Those Approaching or Already in Retirement

Retirement is a significant milestone, a time to reap the rewards of years of hard work and dedication. However, it’s also a time when some…

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Five Common Retirement Regrets: A Guide for Those Approaching or Already in Retirement


Retirement is a significant milestone, a time to reap the rewards of years of hard work and…



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Retirement Guilt: We Hesitate to Spend, Yet Overlook Advisor Fees


All our working lives, we dream of what we’ll do with the money we’ve saved and the…



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Why Do Most Advisors Still Base Their Fees on How Much Money You Have?


Recently, a publication targeted toward financial advisors published an article wondering if advisor fees based on assets…



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Dear Financial Advisor: “What Have You Done for Me Lately?”


As it turns out, “What Have You Done for Me Lately?” isn’t just a great song by…



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When Mutual Funds Aren’t Mutually Beneficial


“Set it and forget it,” is the financial industry’s refrain for retirement success; as in, invest in…



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That Edward Jones is Up to No Good 


Maybe You Shouldn’t Hang Out with Eddie  In this adaptation from Golden Reserve Founder Greg Aler’s new…



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Seeing Beyond Emotions: The “Overnight Test” for Unbiased Investment Choices


“Making investment decisions is simple!” said no one ever. But what if there was a way to…



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Should I Give Up a Low Interest Rate to Downsize?


Downsizing is one of those ubiquitous practices that goes hand-in-hand with retirement, as if moving into your…



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