Growing Your Retirement Funds Faster

Recent market volatility may have left you staring at your 401(k) in dismay. If you’re not seeing the results you

JORDAN DECHTMAN / May 31, 2016
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Standing Tall Against Terror

Paris. San Bernardino. Istanbul. Brussels. Lahore. Over the past year, it seems the only thing to interrupt constant U.S. election

JORDAN DECHTMAN / May 23, 2016
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Retirement Savings on the Rise

All the recent market volatility seems to have had at least one positive side effect: Americans are saving more for

JORDAN DECHTMAN / May 16, 2016
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Money Mistakes Anyone Might Make

Making money isn’t always the hardest part of building wealth. Sometimes, how you spend and save your money can create

JORDAN DECHTMAN / May 9, 2016
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Heir to the Throne: Prince’s Estate in Limbo

On April 21, the world lost yet another high-profile celebrity when 57-year-old iconic musician Prince Rogers Nelson died unexpectedly at

JORDAN DECHTMAN / May 2, 2016
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Retirement Plans for the Self-Employed Business Owner

Although employed individuals can no longer make contributions to their 2015 retirement savings, there is ample time to contribute to

JORDAN DECHTMAN / April 25, 2016
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Tax Freedom Day Approaches

Taxpayers will have a reason to celebrate later this month. According to the Tax Foundation, this year’s Tax Freedom Day®

JORDAN DECHTMAN / April 18, 2016
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National Financial Literacy Month

April has been designated National Financial Literacy Month since 2004, when the United States Senate passed a resolution highlighting the

JORDAN DECHTMAN / April 12, 2016
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Recordkeeping Guideines

Complete, organized financial records can really simplify tax time. And keeping those records as long as you may need them

JORDAN DECHTMAN / April 7, 2016
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