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7 Estate Planning Things You Must Do in the Time of Coronavirus

Reading Time: 7 minutes With a global pandemic and health and wellness becoming a huge priority in people’s lives, it seems like a good time for all of us to reflect on our preparedness for the future and to confirm that our families are well protected in case of sickness or even worse.

Social Security and Coronavirus

Reading Time: 5 minutes If you have been laid off or face business downturns, you may wonder if you should claim Social Security now. These guidelines can help navigate the decision. Plus, how Social Security is functioning during the pandemic.

5 Things You Can Do with an IRA That You Can’t With a 401(k)

Reading Time: 4 minutes Individual retirement accounts (IRAs) and 401(k)s share a lot of similarities. They are both retirement plans. They both can help you lower your tax bill today, provide tax deferred growth, and help provide an income source in retirement.

3 Big Changes to College Admissions Mean Some Parents Could Save Substantially on Tuition

Reading Time: 3 minutes The loosening of certain restrictions in the college admission process will make colleges compete more for students. The new process will allow some savvy families to work the system, bring down their tuition considerably, and drive up the benefits for their kids.

Yield: It’s What You Keep That Counts

Reading Time: 2 minutes Yield: It’s What You Keep That Counts

Did your taxes go up?

Reading Time: 2 minutes Did your taxes go up?

Your Emergency Fund: How Much Is Enough?

Reading Time: 4 minutes Your Emergency Fund: How Much Is Enough?