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After months of high inflation and financial unrest, the Internal Revenue Service has released new retirement contribution limits for 2023.
Your home is one of the largest, if not the largest, assets you own. And if you own a home and have a mortgage, homeowner's insurance is almost always required.
In a year like 2022, where there's been virtually nothing positive to talk about from an investing perspective, we try to make the best of a bad situation. One silver lining in a down market is the potential for tax-loss harvesting.
The Social Security Administration recently announced that benefits for retirees will increase by 8.7% beginning in 2023. This is the largest single year COLA increase in over 40 years.
Medicare’s Open Enrollment Period begins on October 15, and you may be asking, "Should I Change My Medicare Coverage During 2022 Open Enrollment?"
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) recently announced the 2023 premium amounts for Medicare Part B.
Yesterday was a brutal day for stocks and bonds. The upside to challenging market environments like these is that they remind us that holding the line and staying invested are critical to long-term investment success.
The new Inflation Reduction Act is a big enchilada of green energy spending, corporate taxes, and some pretty major changes to Medicare.
"Will I outlive my retirement money?" This is one of the top fears for people who are starting to prepare for their retirement years.
There was a time when you'd have a nice pension at the end of your working years. Now, of course, pensions are not as common, though you certainly have more retirement plan options available to you.

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