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What is a CD Ladder?

A CD Ladder is an investment strategy designed to optimize availability and spread out the risk of getting a poor rate of return. It is achieved by breaking up your investment into smaller pieces and investing in a series of Certificates of Deposit (CDs). If you want to save up $12,000 you would … [Read More...]

Financial Health – Shaping up Your Pocketbook

One thing everyone has to do, but not everyone does well, is manage their finances. How you manage your finances is vitally important. If you manage them well, you will have extra money to save and spend. If you manage them poorly, you could go into debt and eventually be forced to declare … [Read More...]

Rainy Day Fund – Securing for Your Family’s Financial Future

With so much economic insecurity in today's world, it's important to save as much money as possible to reduce the financial risk of that uncertainty. If you have a family, it's even more important to do everything possible to ensure your family's financial future is secure. But perhaps you're … [Read More...]

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What you Should Know About Retirement Taxes

One of the things many people are unprepared for when they retire is how to manage their tax burden. Contrary to popular belief, most retirement income is not exempt from income taxes. However, with the right planning and strategies you can reduce your tax burden well into your retirement years. … [Read More...]

The Cost of a Common Fender Bender

Unfortunately, fender benders are too often a part of owning a vehicle. While generally less costly than more damaging collisions or accidents, fender benders can cost more than you might expect. Depending on the vehicles involved (e.g. an SUV and a 4-door sedan) even minor damages can be in the … [Read More...]

7 Tips on Car Insurance

Owning a car gives you the freedom to come and go as you please, but it also requires responsibility and can be expensive. There is gas and oil, maintenance, tires and of course insurance. Although coverage requirements vary from state to state, all 50 states have laws that require at least some … [Read More...]