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Money Matters

The Secure Act: What is it and who stands to benefit from it?

How to use company stock in your retirement plan

The pros and cons of couples keeping finances separate

How the presidential election could impact the stock market

How to become financially independent when you're cut off by family

How to become financially independent when you've been cut off by your family

Why January is key to predicting the market in 2020

How to know which financial advisor is right for you

Tips for staying financially healthy through the holidays

How to protect your privacy when using smart TVs

Understanding Medicare Advantage Plans

How to balance risks and rewards when investing

How to establish and contribute to an IRA

Maximizing your Health Savings Account

How to strip fees from your portfolio

How to avoid blowing your budget this holiday season

Accumulation vs. distribution investing

How impeachment talks affect the markets and the economy

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