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Even Seasoned Investors Can Fall Prey to Their Emotions

Sep 15th, 2011
  Making investment decisions based on emotion can kill long-term performance.  It’s very easy to get caught up in the day-to-day drama of the markets or some current crisis – it’s human nature.  The latest version of a study that’s done every year was recently released and the results once again show that average investors … more »

Calculating Your Retirement Needs

Aug 10th, 2011
Calculating a retirement savings goal is one of the most important steps investors can take to help determine if they are on pace to meet that goal. However, less than half of American workers have tried to figure out how much money they will need to accumulate for retirement and the wide majority of these … more »

Most Americans Don’t Know Much About Their Pensions

Aug 10th, 2011
A Fidelity Investments survey released in July found that a majority of Americans do not understand how their pensions work. While over 42 million Americans currently have pensions, 71% of the 500 surveyed by Fidelity did not have detailed knowledge of how their pension plans operate even though over half reported they are depending on … more »

HSA Can Double as a Retirement Account

May 11th, 2011
  If you’re making maximum contributions to your 401(k) and IRAs and want some additional tax-favored savings, you might use an HSA to supplement your nest egg.  Even in retirement, you can tap the funds tax-free for medical needs. And starting at 65, you can withdraw penalty-free for any reason, though you’ll owe income taxes. … more »

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