Retirement
Why Save Money Now? 9 Reasons That Will Help You Start Saving
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Learning to save money is one of the best things you can do for yourself.  Saving money can help you prepare for emergencies, start a business, retire, and more. Financial security is one of the best reasons for why you should save money, and being prepared financially is one of the best feelings in the […]

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5 Sacrifices to Help You Max Out Your Retirement Account Next Year
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5 Sacrifices to Help You Max Out Your Retirement Account Next Year is a post originally published on: Everything Finance - Everything Finance - Its all about Money!

Are you at the point where you’re ready to invest more in retirement each month but aren’t quite sure how? Maybe you want to increase your savings rate but the numbers don’t add up. I’ve always said that saving something is better than nothing. If you can’t max out savings like your retirement account, it’s not a big deal and you can always work your way up to this goal year after year. We’ve put together 5 sacrifices to max out your retirement account. Right now, the maximum contribution limits for a 401(k) is $19,000 and $6,000 a traditional or

5 Sacrifices to Help You Max Out Your Retirement Account Next Year is a post originally published on: Everything Finance - Everything Finance - Its all about Money!

What Is an Accredited Retirement Plan Consultant (ARPC)?
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Salespeople and marketers working in the financial services profession, as well as college students, can earn the Accredited Retirement Plan Consultant (ARPC) certificate to show they have proficiency and professionalism sufficient to help employers create effective retirement plans for workers. … Continue reading →

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Medicare made simple
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Medicare made simple is a post originally published on: Everything Finance - Everything Finance - Its all about Money!

It is important to have a thorough understanding of Medicare when heading into retirement. Medicare is not an income producing piece of your retirement plan so unfortunately it gets overlooked by financial advisors. We believe at J.A. Lawrence Wealth Management that understanding our expenses is a vital step in retirement planning. Since healthcare is a substantial piece of our expenses in retirement, it is important to do your due diligence on this subject. Medicare is a federal insurance program for the elderly. All our adult working lives we have been paying into the Medicare system via the FICA tax. The

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Can an Inherited IRA Be Rolled Over?
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If you inherit an individual retirement account (IRA) from a spouse, you can treat it like your own IRA or roll it over into a traditional IRA you already have. If you are the beneficiary of an IRA inherited from … Continue reading →

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How to Retire in Austria: Costs, Visas and More
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From Oktoberfest to the Salzburg Summer Festival, Austria seems to have festivities year-round. This German-speaking nation of some 9 million has a rich cultural heritage and can boast of such fabled composers as Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Ludwig van Beethoven, … Continue reading →

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How to Retire in Taiwan: Costs, Visas and More
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The Republic of Taiwan is an attractive place to live due to its island setting and metropolitan feel. This island nation is known for having the highest concentration of mountains globally, and the food in Taiwan has made its way … Continue reading →

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3 Essential Financial Resolutions to Make for 2018
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The start of a new year is a great time to update your financial goals and give your budget a second look. If you didn’t save as much as you had hoped to in 2017 – or you’ve racked up … Continue reading →

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Save on a Gym Membership With At-Home Workouts
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Somewhat unsurprisingly, search traffic for “gym membership” peaks between January 3 and January 9, according to Google Trends. If you already belong to a gym you’ve probably noticed that things get pretty crowded every January. But if you want to … Continue reading →

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How To Save For Retirement – Answers To 13 Of The Most Common Questions
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Would you like to learn how to save for retirement?  Learning how to save for retirement is how you start preparing for your future. It’s necessary if you don’t want to work for the rest of your life or if you want to do amazing things after you quit working, like traveling or trying new […]

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