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Are You Prepared to Retire Cold Turkey? Semi-Retirement and Part-Time Employment

If you are approaching the Golden Age of Retirement, chances are you have dedicated a significant number of years to the workforce. The transition of working full-time to the life of a retiree can be an abrupt and difficult change. Will you have enough to occupy your time? Is your Retirement savings adequate for maintaining…

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Parents: How can life insurance help ensure that your children fulfill their dreams?

No matter what the circumstances, the life of a parent is never easy. You are not only mom or dad; you are their teacher, coach, cheerleader, chef, driver, listener, supporter, nurse, and financial provider. You rarely wear just one of these hats but find yourself juggling many at the same time. No matter what hat, or…

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What Troubles Most College Graduates?

Graduating from college is a huge accomplishment. Working hard throughout the college undergraduate curriculum is commendable. However, what happens after the commencement ceremony ends and the final piece of confetti hits the floor? This is where post graduates find themselves in an unfamiliar situation. It may feel like the previous three summers where you go…

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Are You Being Squeezed? Money Strategies For The Sandwich Generation

An increasing number of Americans between the ages of 45 to 65 years find themselves caught in the challenging position of caring for their aging parents, while also raising their children or grandchildren. If you belong to this “sandwich generation” it can be a difficult juggling act.   Are You Being Squeezed? Everyone’s family situation…

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