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Business Owners: Avoid Putting All Your Eggs in One Basket Are you a business owner? Is your primary investment the equity you hold in your company? Read this article to see why this sole investment increases your risk and how you can reduce your risk through diversification. #businessowners #diversification #assetallocation...
10 Smart Uses for Your Tax Refund Have you decided how you will spend your tax return? If you are still deciding here are some suggestions on how to use it. #Taxes #Financialplanning #Savings #Insurance #Retirement
The average refund is usually around $3,000, and most people receive...
The 401(k) is a retirement plan offered by thousands of employers to facilitate retirement savings for their employees. As a participating employee, you can contribute the lesser of $18,500 in 2018 or a percentage of salary as defined by the...
Boost Your Retirement with Roth IRAs
Roth IRAs operate differently from traditional IRAs. Contributions are not tax deductible, but earnings have the potential for tax-deferred growth and qualified distributions are tax free.
You are eligible to make a full contribution...
Remember, early planning puts time on your side - Traditional IRAs
Traditional IRAs are one of the most popular retirement savings vehicles. In 2018, you can contribute up to $5,500 to your traditional IRA. (Note: the limit applies to the...

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