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These Big Three Financial Priorities Come Before Paying for College

College graduates earn more than twice as much and have lower unemployment rates than those who stop their education after high school. That said, assuming a massive debt load for a degree could rob both parents and kids of future financial opportunities.

A Roadmap for Insurance Claims after a Natural Disaster

It takes courage to rebuild financially after disaster. Our latest blog post offers tips to help people affected by hurricanes Harvey and Irma file insurance claims. Our hearts go out to those affected! If you have been hit by a natural disaster, here are some guidelines to follow when making insurance claims:

Low Volatility Market: Ways to Reduce Risks That Persist

If you’ve been thinking that not much is happening in the market lately, you’re right. Through the first seven months of the year, none of three major stock market indexes has fallen by more than 5 percent.

Tips for Frustrated Home Buyers

Summer often brings transitions. In between school years, families relocate, or consider looking for a different house. First-time buyers hit the streets, too. If you’re among those dipping your toe in the market, you might be noticing how frustrating it is: There’s a housing shortage.

5 Elements of a Well-Crafted Estate Plan

Soon after your son or daughter tosses a graduation cap into the air, it may be time to sit down for a slightly uncomfortable conversation about your estate plan. When your child was a minor, your plan named a guardian and provided for assets to support your children in case you were gone.

What Not To Do When You Inherit Money

If you’ve been lucky enough to receive an inheritance, you might be tempted to start spending. After all, a few small indulgences couldn’t hurt, right? Take a deep breath and slow down. Two of the most common inheritance mistakes we see are that people move too fast and spend or give too much.

Make a Plan to Get Financially Fit

Much like staying healthy, financial fitness is a long-term goal. This often means implementing reasonable changes that match your lifestyle and work with your habits. While some changes are straightforward, such as periodically rebalancing your 401(k) account, others can take time.

“Stretched Worriers” Feel Financially Trapped

When looking to improve your financial situation, you often hear about the value of saving more and spending less. While that advice is useful for many, what about the individuals whose budget is stretched to its limit? When tightening your belt is not an option, less conventional steps must be taken to improve your financial situation.

Slow and Steady “Confident Savers” Win the Race

You don’t have to be a millionaire to have a strong retirement plan. Starting early, saving regularly, valuing savings, and meeting with a financial planner have helped many Americans become confident in their future.

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