Posted on Monday, 30th April 2012 by Nancy Holston

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I lived in Heidelberg Germany, thanks to the US Army, from May of 1975 to November of 1976.  While initially I wasn’t looking forward to being so far from home, once I arrived in Frankfurt I took advantage of every opportunity I could to see Western Europe.  I learned enough German to carry on a […]

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Posted on Sunday, 22nd April 2012 by Paul Risser

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Many people underestimate lifestyle costs, medical expenses and inflation. Presented by Paul H. Risser What is enough? What is not enough? If you’re considering retiring in the near future, you’ve probably heard or read that you need about 70% of your end salary to live comfortably in retirement. This estimate is frequently repeated … but […]

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Posted on Thursday, 12th April 2012 by Dennis Damp

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The Windfall Elimination Provision primarily affects you if you earned a pension in any job where you did not pay Social Security taxes and you also worked in other jobs long enough to qualify for a Social Security retirement or disability benefit. For example, this provision affects Social Security benefits when any part of a […]

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Posted on Thursday, 5th April 2012 by Paul Risser

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Two-thirds of us have no financial plan. provided by Paul H. Risser 64% of Americans have no financial strategy at all. That’s right – no plan whatsoever to build wealth or keep it. That finding comes from the 2009 National Consumer Survey on Personal Finance conducted by the Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards, Inc. […]

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