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6 Facts Baby Boomers Need to Know About Credit

By Gary Foreman From their first gas credit card after high school graduation to a financial world filled with rewards cards and penalty rates, baby boomers have seen the use of credit change dramatically in their lifetimes. And now they wonder how all these changes will affect them as...

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Are Your Emotions Making You Poor?

By Joel Fink “Well-being is attained by little and little, and nevertheless is no little thing itself.” – Zeno of Citium People are emotional. Emotion is an integral part of being human. Much of what we do and the decisions that we make are guided by our emotions. Sometimes...

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Know What Your Car Is Costing You

By Joel Fink Let’s talk cars. What is the most expensive thing about owning a car? Is it the insurance? How about gasoline or interest on your loan? What about those expensive repairs and maintenance? Turns out that the most expensive thing about owning a car is depreciation. Depreciation...

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A Key Step In Preparing for Retirement: Build Your Social Network

By Joe Casey As you get closer to retirement, are you thinking more about your health? I know I am. Perhaps you’re focusing more on wellness and fitness lately. Have you seen the flurry of recent articles alerting us that sitting is the new smoking? Indeed, there are real dangers...

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What Baby Boomer Women Need to Know About Their Finances

By Gary Foreman If you’re a lady baby boomer, you’ve probably spent the last 30+ years navigating a brave new financial world, a world that your mother never concerned herself with. That trip has taught you many things about money, but there are still things for you to learn....

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A Possible Reason Baby Boomers Haven’t Saved Enough For Retirement

By Susan Williams There has been a flurry of articles lately about how financially ill prepared baby boomers are for retirement. In a post on Business Insider they reported; “According to a Legg Mason Investment Survey, US baby boomers — defined as ages 53 to 71 by Legg Mason —have...

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