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Retirement Planning

4 Risks That Can Impact Your Retirement

Even with careful planning and diligent saving, some parts of retirement planning are out of your control. Here’s a look at four common retirement risks and how to address them. 1. Longer Life Expectancy There are many benefits to living longer, but it also means carefully considering strategies to avoid outliving your savings. You are…

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5 Tips for Reviewing an Early Retirement Offer

You’ve spent years planning and saving for your retirement. And then, out of the blue, your employer hands you an early retirement offer that could change everything. An early retirement, or “voluntary severance,” offer is a financial incentive to resign that an employer may offer to senior employees when they need to reduce payroll costs.…

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Discover All That Life Insurance Can Offer

If your emotions tend to become solemn when you consider life insurance, we get it. Many of us only think of life insurance as a tool to support our families if we were to unexpectedly pass away — and none of us wants to think about that. But the reality is life insurance can be…

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3 Questions to Ask Before Hiring a Financial Advisor

When it comes to your financial future, finding the right advisor is a major life decision that can impact the trajectory of your finances throughout your lifetime. Finding the right person can be challenging, but it’s not impossible. That said, here are three questions you should always ask. 1. What are your credentials? Our industry…

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Life Insurance As An Asset Class

When asked to list out the different assets that they own, people typically respond with real estate, vehicles, retirement accounts, bank accounts, and other investments. And sometimes they forget to list life insurance policies. Life insurance, as an asset class, can come in very handy, especially for higher-income earners. It’s one of the only places…

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Breaking Down IRAs

Individual retirement accounts (IRAs) are a type of tax-advantaged account that can help you boost your retirement savings. The most common IRAs you’ll choose from are traditional and Roth IRAs. Both are designed for long-term growth, but there are some key differences, including how your contributions are taxed and when you can withdraw funds. Here…

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SECURE Act 2.0: What Changes Can We Expect?

There is another bill making the rounds in Congress called the Securing a Strong Retirement Act of 2021. It has been nicknamed the SECURE Act 2.0. What changes could we see if this second act passes? IRA owners will be able to wait until the age of 75 to begin taking their Required Minimum Distributions…

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Automated Investing vs. Human Guidance

When you’re looking for help managing your investment portfolio, you have a decision to make: Should you work with a financial advisor or a robo-advisor? A financial advisor is a professional specializing in financial planning, wealth management and other personal finance services. On the other hand, a robo-advisor is a digital platform that uses algorithms…

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Tips for Making the Most of Your Inheritance

Baby boomers in the U.S. are set to bequeath $68 trillion in wealth by 2043, as part of the Great Wealth Transfer. Much of that will be left to Generation X and millennial heirs. If you expect to receive an inheritance, planning ahead for how you will use the wealth and account for any taxes…

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What makes Strategy Financial Group different?

We are often asked, “What makes you different?” The question isn’t always that direct; it can come in a variety of forms, but we get some iteration of that inquiry often. In this video, we are going to answer that question.

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