5 Ways You Can Still Secure the Retirement You Want

Eric Jansen The prospect of retirement should be exciting. Maybe you’ve been working towards this goal since you took your

Dechtman Wealth Management / April 25, 2018
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Avoiding 7 Deadly Estate Planning Mistakes

Bob Carlson Most estate planning mistakes tend to fall into one of several categories. Every estate plan has unique features,

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8 Things to Know About the USA-China Trade Dispute

The headlines are filled with rumors of a trade war between the United States and China. You’ve probably heard by

Dechtman Wealth Management / April 19, 2018
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This Is How Much Debt the Average American Has Now – at Every Age

Kerri Anne Renzulli Americans have fallen back in love with debt. Total household debt—a category that includes mortgages, student loans,

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Life Insurance Lingo: 8 Terms Everyone Should Know

LearnVest Shopping for life insurance can feel a bit like learning a foreign language: You hear a lot of unfamiliar

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5 Get-Ahead Money Habits You Shouldn’t Put Off

LearnVest How you handle your money early on in life—from being a stickler about adhering to a monthly budget to

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Volatility and the New Reality

Last year, stocks marched higher with only minor pullbacks. When the year ended, the largest peak to trough decline for

Dechtman Wealth Management / April 12, 2018
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Why Financial Literacy is so Important

Kristina Zucchi In past generations, cash was used for most daily purchases; today, it’s rarely flashed – particularly not by

Dechtman Wealth Management / April 11, 2018
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Two Ways to Trim your Spending in Retirement

Saving money before and during retirement is important for many retirees. Unfortunately, many Americans aren’t saving nearly enough and are

Dechtman Wealth Management / April 10, 2018
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