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Financial Decisions Don't Stop with Death

November 15, 2018, No Comments by Lucille Rosetti

By: Lucille Rosetti (l_rosetti@thebereaved.org)

Retiring with Separate Accounts

July 06, 2018, No Comments by Kimberly L. Curtis

Many couples have separate bank accounts, with a shared or communal account to pay household needs and expenses. Both may contribute equally to the account, but still maintain individual checking and saving accounts. With a second marriage or both working outside the home, an arrangement like this is common. But when it comes to retirement, how does having separate accounts affect your retirement?

Caring for an Aging Parent [Video]

April 19, 2017, No Comments by Kimberly L. Curtis

10 million adults are helping provide care for their aging parents. If you're one of them, watch this video to learn tips on how to help! 

Generational Finance

September 10, 2015, No Comments by Shannon E. Johnson

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It's easy to believe that American values have drastically shifted. Look at the Millennials versus the Boomers, right? Couldn't be more different... right? We read about the shift from community-driven to individual-driven, patient versus the need for instant gratification, "can do attitudes" to "need help" attitudes. Sometimes, it does feel like the good ole' days really may have been, well, good. What happened to saving, planning and investing in our local economies?

Tax Effects of Divorce or Separation

August 26, 2015, No Comments by Kimberly L. Curtis

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While divorce can be a sad and trying time for families, understanding the financial impact of the separation going into it can make you feel like you have some control in the process. The IRS published a helpful list on the tax impact of a divorce or legal separation. Here's a good list of key tips to understand if you get divorced: 

Student Loan Interest Rates

August 19, 2015, No Comments by Niels A. Jepsen

College planning is an important aspect of your overall financial plan. Choices made around funding your child's education can have a huge impact on your retirement objectives. Now, there is some good news for students and parents-- rates on new loans issued during this academic year, July 1, 2015 through June 30, 2016 are slightly lower than they've been in the past. The details are listed in the chart below: 

Retirement Planning Stages

August 11, 2015, No Comments by Shannon E. Johnson

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Your financial plan will be reliant upon many factors: income, family composition, assets & liabilities, goals and ultimately, your life stage. 

Top Tweets of the Week

July 10, 2015, No Comments by Niels A. Jepsen

Top tweets of the week, catch up on all of your news needs!

Tax Tips for Newlyweds

July 07, 2015, No Comments by Kimberly L. Curtis

June, July, August... you know what that means... it's wedding season!

How to Pick Your Financial Advisor

April 16, 2015, No Comments by Kimberly L. Curtis

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Many consumers don't know where to start when trying to find a financial advisor. In celebration of the Money Secrets:Keys to Smart Investing launch on April 21, 2015, we have an exclusive excerpt from the book.... we have listed a seven step guide to finding your financial advocate. Knowing what to look for is the first step! 

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