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6 Do’s And Don’ts When Saving Money During A Crisis

Probably the last thing you want to think about during a crisis is working on healthy financial habits like saving money.

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Financial Playbook: Beware Of Overhyped Strategies

Investments that are enthusiastically pushed by commission-earning salespeople may not be the best for your financial health.

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Retired Or Nearly There? How To Weather A Market Downturn

A bad stock market is unsettling for any investor. For retirees and near-retirees, though, a bad market can be dangerous.

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Retirement Savings: When Market Drops, Play Long Game

One of the best ways to make sure your retirement accounts survive economic turbulence is to fortify those accounts as well as you can and then go do something else, come what may. By  Andrea Coombes NerdWallet The stock market has been on a punishing roller coaster ride this week, suffering its largest one-day drop […]

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Should It Stay Or Go? Clearing Out Financial Paperwork

Paperwork is one of the easiest areas to let a mess build and one of the more challenging categories to tackle.

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What Are Retirees’ Top Money Regrets?

About 1 out of 3 Social Security recipients apply for benefits at the earliest age, which is 62. It’s often a mistake. Benefits grow by a guaranteed 5 percent to 8percent each year that the applicant delays.

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