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2/23/16  Savings & Retirement
Simple Steps to Save Successfully During America Saves Week 2016

​Try these five simple steps during America Saves Week 2016 to help yourself save automatically – and successfully

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2/9/16  Career & EducationCredit 101Getting Out of DebtHousingSavings & Retirement
Three ways student loans can impact your life after graduation

A full 45 percent of Americans between the ages of 18 and 29 who have student loans have put off a major life event because of their debt. That includes things like buying a house, saving for retirement, even buying a car — all because they’re worried they can’t afford it.

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1/21/16  Savings & Retirement
What’s the best way to plan for early retirement?

Retiring in your 40s, 50s or early 60s may sound enticing, but it typically requires years of planning and extreme discipline. If you’re hoping to pull off the great escape of early retirement, keep these tips in mind.

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8/27/15  Savings & Retirement
Financial advisors 101: Preparing for your first meeting

Our blogger Pam walks you through part 2 of our "financial advisors 101" series, reviewing the materials and information you should bring to your first consultation with a financial planning consultant.

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8/26/15  Savings & Retirement
Financial advisors 101: Finding the best financial consultant for you

Our blogger Pam walks you through part 1 of our "financial advisors 101" series, reviewing the process she recently went through in selecting a financial consultant to help develop a plan for her retirement and the rollover of a 401(k) from a previous job. Learn how to find potential financial advisors, research them and select the one that is a good fit for you.

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7/2/15  Savings & Retirement
Know the basics of investing

Investing may seem like a daunting topic, but doing your research can pay off – literally. Making educated investing choices can give you an excellent start to your post–working-life nest egg. Learn some of the basics of investing.

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