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General Finance

Divorce During Retirement

A funny thing happens when you get busy with trying to achieve all the things you want out of life: You lose a few along the way. Unfortunately, some people lose their marriage.1 However, for those who are truly unhappy and can’t see a way back to blissful partnership, a “gray divorce” isn’t necessarily all negative.…

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Selling Your Home? Do These Things Before You List.

Ahhh, summer. The time of year when our thoughts turn to swimming, frozen treats, and … moving? Reports indicate that summer is the most popular time to relocate, with 48 percent of moves happening between May and August.1 In May, the National Association of Realtors announced existing-home sales are forecasted to jump 3.5 percent in…

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Keeping Connected With the Ever-Changing Internet

If you’ve watched national news in the past year or two, you’ve likely heard debates about net neutrality, which is the principle that internet providers should allow access to content regardless of the source and without blocking certain sites. In the waning days of the Obama administration, the Federal Communications Commission passed a rule preventing…

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So You Think You Know

The American College recently made this 2107 Retirement Income Literacy Quiz available.   Many think they know all they need to when it comes to managing finances in retirement, but the stats of the survey show that almost THREE QUARTERS of respondents didn’t post a passing grade.  You can read more about the quiz results here or take…

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Keeping Up With The Fiduciary Standard

Recently, the U.S. Department of Labor published the final regulation of what is known as the “Fiduciary Rule,” delaying implementation for 60 days from its scheduled start date. The newly expanded definition of fiduciary investment advice is scheduled to go into effect June 9, 2017.1 The rule holds certain financial professionals to a fiduciary standard…

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Global Trade: Problems and Potential Solutions

Global trade and investment have increased dramatically over the past 30 years.1 On one hand, importing lower-cost goods from other countries has saved Americans money. On the other, it has cost American jobs. How many jobs? About 6 million from the manufacturing sector alone between 1999 and 2011, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.…

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Investment Trends for 2017 

There are plenty of changes on tap for the 2017 investment horizon, not the least of which is a new business and investment-minded president in office. In its investment outlook for 2017, J.P. Morgan reports that the slow economic growth trend of the last eight years could get a turbo charge by President Trump’s plans…

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