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Financial Planning: Dangers of Doing It Alone

Preparing for retirement requires a financial plan that considers a variety of factors. According to the Financial Planning Association of Minnesota, "financial planning is a process and not a product." Your financial plan is a long-term approach to managing finances to achieve a dream or goal for the future.

People Before Profit: Why CEOs are on Board

The average CEO in America is viewed with distaste by many of the average Joes working within the company. While the latter individuals work 40-45 hours per week to help the company succeed and earn a nominal wage in the process, CEOs often work the same hours with a wide variety of perks and a paycheck that can sometimes reach well into the millions annually.

Setting up your College Student for Financial Success

There's no greater joy for a parent than being able to send a child to college. Helping your children earn a higher degree sets them up for a more positive future, with greater chances of landing jobs and advancing in career fields.

5 Misconceptions about Market Corrections

The 2017 calendar year provided one of the most beneficial runs the stock market has endured in decades. It seemed like each new day brought a new record-high close. However, that wild ride upward had to meet an end at some point.

3 Things to Review after Quarter one of 2018

As the month of March comes to an end, the first quarter of 2018 is about to close down. While Quarter One of 2018 will be remembered for the correction the markets sustained in February, bringing to a brief end the impressive growth the markets saw through 2017, it will also be remembered as a volatile period.

How to Ensure Your Lifestyle Lasts Through Retirement

Americans approaching retirement in the 21st century face a growing number of fears. Money is one of the biggest fears on that list for most Americans, with the Motley Fool reporting that more Americans fear running out of money during retirement more than they do death itself!

What if You Get Audited by the IRS?

As the saying goes, there are two certainties in life: death and taxes. On the former, there is not much you can do to make the experience more enjoyable than live a good life. As far as the latter is concerned, the process is rarely painful unless you find your return under audit by the IRS.

What You Should Keep in Mind Amid Market Volatility

Investing in the stock market can be a nerve-wracking experience, to say the least. The US markets have been some of the most successful and powerful in the last century of human history, but the markets are never sunny every day. There are downs to correct the ups, and even when the markets seem invincible, downturns are lurking just around the corner.

Global Economy: The Good News

With the ghosts of the 2008 financial crisis hidden away for the time being, markets around the globe are beginning to show some positive signs. In 2017, the Dow Jones Industrial Average in the United States set 70 record close marks, surpassing the previous record from 1995.

4 Ways to Prepare for the Next 2008

The 2008 financial crash in the United States wiped out trillions in wealth and value, both among homeowners and investors.

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