March 22, 2021

Most people have the option to begin taking Social Security at the age of 62. Spouses can also elect to start taking benefits on their spouse’s Social Security as early as age 62.

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March 12, 2021

The federal Thrift Savings Plan (TSP) has been a great way for military and federal employees to set money aside for retirement – at a very low cost. But there’s one big problem: It’s not diverse enough.

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January 31, 2021

Generally, the rules concerning IRA transactions for gold IRAs are the same for other kinds of IRAs. There are some rules that apply specifically to gold and other precious metals in IRAs that are not applicable to other IRAs, such as purity and storage requirements. However, this post will focus on the tax rules that apply to the most common IRA transactions.

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January 30, 2021

Key to a secure and happy retirement is diversification. Putting all your eggs in one proverbial basket will leave them exposed to whims of the stock market.

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January 27, 2021

Prior to the election, many writers and political analysts expected that Biden would likely win the White House. It was also ‘expected’ that the Democrats would remain in control of the House of Representatives, and that their power would be checked by continued Republican control of the Senate.

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