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Everything You Need to Know About Rolling Over a 401k Account

Everything You Need to Know About Rolling Over a 401k Account   An employer-sponsored 401(k) retirement plan is one of the best ways to save for retirement. They’re easy to set up, you can contribute directly from your paycheck and you receive significant tax benefits by participating. Your employer may even match your contributions up to a certain amount, which […]

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How To Retire Early Through Real Estate Investing

How To Retire Early Through Real Estate Investing     Real estate investment can be a tricky business, but when it’s done right, it can be rewarding for you and your retirement account. Whether you are thinking of investing in real estate or you already have a few properties under your belt, with the right […]

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Blow To Bitcoin As Top Accountants Make Serious Facebook Warning

Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies have been largely ignored by the world’s regulators over the last ten years, with only some small attempts to protect investors from wild bitcoin price swings and dodgy crypto exchanges. The bitcoin price, up some 200% so far this year, has somewhat recovered after a terrible 2018 largely due to interest in bitcoin and cryptocurrencies from some […]

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Where Americans are Putting Their Money Right Now

  Stocks have long been a favorite investment for Americans, but according to a new survey, they are putting their money elsewhere. Despite stocks’ great long-term returns averaging about 10 percent annually for decades, Americans are turning to real estate. This is where Americans are putting their money right now. Real Estate and related investments. […]

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Baby Boomer Retirement Savings | Pulling Investments Too Soon

An interesting read via Time.com by Dan Kadlec getting into the nitty gritty of retirement savings and specifically the habits of baby boomer retirees. — Retirees Are Too Pessimistic on Their Investments—And It’s Costing Them  Dan Kadlec | May 15, 2017 Growing old and cranky is a cliché that rings less true every time Jane Fonda walks […]

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Lowfat Listicle: 10 Best Retirement Investments

TheBalance.com has a listicle up on the 10 best retirement investments. Here’s the skinny: 1 and 2 – Play the Market 3 – Not technically an investment 4 – Bonds! 5 – Contact Us (for REI) 6 and 7 – Slightly complex planning 8 – Difficulty: Advanced 9 – More stock market stuff 10 – REI […]

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And the Average Cost of Retirement Is…

Good article from Fool.com!  The key is implementing your plan early so there is plenty of time to build your savings and choose your investments wisely. We like real estate within the retirement plans because it is secure and predictable. — The Average Cost of Retirement Is $738,400: Will You Have Enough? Your retirement is likely the biggest […]

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Don’t Mess Around With Government Pensions

Bloomberg View’s Megan McArdle provides an interesting look at government pensions and ensuring their longevity and proving the importance of a diverse retirement plan.  Visit our Investment Properties page to get on our buyers list and secure comfort and ease for your golden years. No one likes making pension fund payments. You have to take money […]

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