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Medicare Will Not Cover All Health Care Costs

Medicare is a critical program that provides essential healthcare services to millions of Americans. However, it is a myth that Medicare will cover all healthcare costs. While there are insurance options available that can help fill some of these gaps, individuals should be aware of the limitations of Medicare coverage and plan accordingly to ensure they have adequate healthcare coverage.
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Emergency Savings or Your Retirement Goals?

When it comes to personal finance, there are a number of competing priorities that can make it difficult to determine where to focus your efforts. For many people, the choice between building emergency savings and working towards their retirement goals is one of the biggest dilemmas they face. So, which should you focus on first?
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Estate Planning Document Review

Just like your annual physical, it’s a good idea to schedule a check-up for your estate planning documents to ensure everything is as you intend. Granted, it’s probably not the most exciting activity on your to-do list, but you don’t want to let important details derail all the work you’ve done.
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Important Considerations Regarding SECURE Act 2.0

The SECURE Act 2.0 is now law and contains many provisions that retirees and pre-retirees should be aware of. Some provisions are effective in 2023 and others won't kick in until future years.
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January 2023 Market Update

2022 was the most difficult year for investors from a return and volatility standpoint since the Global Financial Crisis. Multi-decade highs in inflation combined with historically aggressive Fed rate hikes and growing concerns about economic and earnings recessions to pressure both stocks and bonds. The S&P 500 posted its worst performance since 2008 while major benchmarks for both stocks and bonds declined together for the first time since the 1960s, punctuating just how disappointing the year was for investors.
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Preparing for the Sequel to the SECURE Act: 2.0

Earlier this year, the House of Representatives passed a follow-up bill to the SECURE ACT – the SECURE Act 2.0 – on a nearly unanimous vote. Then in June, the Senate advanced two different pieces of similar legislation that have not yet gained final Senate approval – and time is running out before Congress adjourns for the year.
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