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Saving Advice for Millennials (and Other Generations)

by User    |  San Antonio, TX  |  03-31-2014

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No matter your age, there is one thing nearly everyone can count on: Your income probably isn’t always going to cover 100% of your wants and needs all the time.

Let the Tax Brackets Guide Your Retirement Plan Withdrawals

by User    |  Retired, Army  |  San Antonio, TX  |  03-10-2014

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A close look at the Federal income tax brackets may influence how you tap your retirement nest egg.

What Should I Do With My Old Retirement Plan?

by User    |  San Antonio, TX  |  03-03-2014

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If the winds of change have blown through your life and you’ve left your job, there's a lot you've got to think about. One of those things is what to do with your old retirement plan. Fortunately, you've got options.

The myRA: Will It Go the Distance for Retirement?

by User    |  San Antonio, TX  |  02-21-2014

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During his recent State of the Union address, President Barack Obama introduced a new federally sponsored retirement plan called the myRA. While the myRA may be the starting block some people need to propel them to start saving for retirement, it's doubtboubtful that the myRA is going to carry anyone to the retirement finish line all on its own.

Target Retirement Date Funds: Look Beyond the Date

by User    |  Retired, Army  |  San Antonio, TX  |  01-14-2014

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Thinking about using a target retirement date fund? If so, there’s still a lot to understand even when using these purported “turn-key retirement solutions.”

Recession Repair: 6 Steps to Get Your Retirement Back on Track

by User    |  San Antonio, TX  |  01-06-2014

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Despite officially ending in mid-2009, our country’s most recent financial fiasco left countless retirement plans in ruins. Many ran up debt, stopped saving, used their savings and investments, or in a panic, pulled their retirement investments from the markets. Sound familiar? Here are my six steps to get your retirement back on track.