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Take Advantage of Low Interest Rates Now!

Jun 29th, 2021 • Lisa W.
From the “Silver Linings” file cabinet, you have undoubtedly noticed that interest rates have remained low. For savers, this is not good news but if you have outstanding debt, steady income and a strong credit score, this may still be a very opportune time to consider if you can reduce the cost of what you … more »
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How do I allocate assets based on my risk preference?

Jun 22nd, 2021 • Lisa W.
Perhaps you have already completed the job of understanding investment fundamentals such as asset allocation, diversification and risk capacity and tolerance. Now what are you supposed to do about it? While there is no formula per se, there are some fairly well established concepts. Your starting point is your capacity to take on investment risk … more »
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Why You May Need a Roth Account in Your Retirement Plan

May 25th, 2021 • Lisa W.
If you have a retirement account, either through your employer or on your own as an IRA, it is more likely that you have a traditional type (pre-tax) account rather than a Roth account. This is not surprising as Roth IRAs were only introduced in 1997 and many employers still do not offer a Roth … more »
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