6 Retirement Killers' to Avoid at All Costs

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6 ‘Retirement Killers’ to Avoid at All Costs

Financial planners see people making these six money mistakes all the time, and they can endanger your retirement. Edward Grosko of Integrated Wealth Management lists six surefire ways to kill your retirement – and how to get back on track from them. Plus: Are You Going to Run Out of Money in Retirement?

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Escape from the Planet of the Lawyers

A lot of lawyers out there are unhappy campers, but they don’t have to be. Anyone in the legal profession who is unhappy at work needs to realize they have skills – and options, advises attorney H. Dennis Beaver. Plus: 4 Ways You May Be Sabotaging Your Career Success

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Top 10 Quick Tips for Your 2020 Taxes

From new deadlines to strategies to make sure you get all the stimulus money you have coming to you, here are some quick tips to keep in mind about your 2020 taxes, according to Caroline Wetzel of Procyon Partners. Plus: 22 IRS Audit Red Flags

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What Pickleball Can Teach You About Investing

It’s funny, but playing the great sport of pickleball recently got Jacob Schroeder of Advance Capital Management thinking about how much in common chasing a plastic yellow ball around has with successful retirement planning. Plus: Can AI Beat the Market? 10 Stocks to Watch

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ETFs vs. Mutual Funds: Why Investors Who Hate Fees Should Love ETFs

Exchange-traded funds offer a huge cost savings to consumers over mutual funds. Mike Piershale of Piershale Financial Group explains why and shares a couple of quirks about ETFs to watch out for as well. Plus: The 21 Best ETFs to Buy for a Prosperous 2021

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