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Have you ever considered selling your stocks at retirement?  Who wants to have to deal with the ups and downs of the markets when you are no longer dollar-cost-averaging?  Are you afraid of a major market crash when you are drawing down your portfolio? The market is near its all-time high.  With retirement right around the corner, are you tempted to sell all your stock holdings and call it a day?  It might sound tempting. 
Very few purchases are as stressful as buying a new car.  Next to buying a house, a car is the second largest purchase that most people make.  Since it is such a large purchase, it is wise to do some research before you sign on the dotted line. We recently decided that we were going to buy a new car.  My wife and I live in North East Pennsylvania.  While there are parts of the country that do receive more
I believe that financial unmanageability transcends money.  When it comes to finding ways to better manage your finances, there are unlimited resources.  There are many great books, blogs, forums, websites, and apps.  There is not a shortage of information, tools, or even professional services.  If a person wants to make improvements when it comes to spending less, paying down debt, saving more of their earnings, or learning to invest, they could find out how to
Have you ever thought about joining a board of directors for an organization that you are interested in serving?  I recently was invited to join the board of directors for a local non-profit organization.  It was flattering to be invited.  Of course, I jumped at this opportunity to be of service. My wife has always been involved in community and church service.  Slowly, her good nature has rubbed off on me.  Over the past few
The following is a sponsored post provided by Blueprint Income. Planning for retirement is challenging. It’s the most complicated time in our lives, financially. When you’re young, all you really need to do is save. But, eventually saving won’t be enough. You have to start figuring out how you’ll actually survive in retirement. And it’s not the same as surviving today for 3 big reasons, which I’ll go through below. Then I’ll tell you about