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Common Retirement Mistakes Made by Federal Employees

As a postal or federal employee, you have high-quality federal benefits. In time, they will play directly into your retirement, whether you

Historical Lessons To Learn From

When the economy is tooling along and we find ourselves facing only an occasional hiccup in our money matters that falls short of expectatio

Will your retirement money last as long as you do?

If you worry that your money won't last your entire retirement, you're not alone. As of 2017, the average 65‑year‑old man can expect to live

Could Pension Maximization Work for You?

If you are among the rare few with a retirement pension, congratulations! You have a benefit that is becoming increasingly rare.

What If I'm Not 59 and 1/2 Years Old?

The sky is falling! ......Okay maybe not, but the Coronavirus is looking like the sort of unexpected, black swan event that scrambles all...

Ever Wonder Why "They Hate" Annuities

It's simple..... Annuities are NOT for Investors.  Annuities are for Savers. Comparing annuities to stocks and mutual funds, is like compari

Retirement Planning Options for Small Business Owners

As a small business owner or an entrepreneur, you are used to taking the lead. But there is one frontier you may still need to master… the

Beware Medicare Doesn't Cover Everything

Many retirees get an unpleasant surprise after turning 65 and signing up Medicare. It doesn't provide complete coverage of health care costs

5 Ways You Can Maximize Your Social Security Benefits

More than 9 out of 10 current retirees rely at least in part on Social Security benefits to fund their retirement income. The maximum

How To Shield Up To 25% Of Your 401k or IRA From RMDs

Coming off your year-end scramble to make sure your RMDs were done in time? If so, start the new year off right - shield up to 25% of your

How the SECURE Act Could Change Your Retirement

It's happened. After a nearly unanimous passage in the U.S. House of Representatives, the SECURE Act (Setting Up Every Community for Retir

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