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Exercise, Diet, and Financial Wellness – 3 Tips to Ensure You’re in Good Financial Health for Retirement

To maintain good physical health, most people must exercise regularly, eat a balanced diet, and keep stress to a minimum. Achieving financial wellness is no different. It requires careful planning, smart decision-making, and consistent efforts toward improvement. Below, we discuss three tips to help you gain and maintain top financial health in retirement.   Figure […]

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It’s Not Too Late to Become Financially Literate

Financial literacy is crucial to a solid financial future and an enjoyable retirement. No matter your age, when you understand how to manage your money and finances, you can make sound financial decisions and take the needed steps toward your financial goals. So, if you are approaching retirement and want to improve your financial literacy, […]

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High-Net-Worth Retirement Planning: How Social Security Fits In

As high-net-worth (HNW) individuals approach their golden years, retirement planning often becomes a focal point of their financial strategies. One aspect of this planning that sometimes creates confusion or misinterpretation is the role of Social Security benefits. Understanding how Social Security fits into the retirement picture can be crucial for those with significant wealth as […]

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Pearls of Wisdom: Wealth Preservation for High-Net-Worth Women

Wealth preservation is essential for high-net-worth (HNW) individuals, but it warrants a gender-specific focus, too. Particularly for HNW women, understanding the complexities of wealth preservation is crucial. Whether due to inheritance, accomplishment in the corporate world, or entrepreneurial fulfillment, more women today find themselves in the ranks of HNW individuals.   What makes a woman’s […]

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Why Your Credit Score Matters in Retirement

Regardless of the stage of life, your credit score is an essential component of your financial health when you’re in retirement. A consistently strong credit score can pave the way for greater confidence, easy loan access, and lower interest rates. Many retirees overlook the importance of maintaining a suitable credit score after they stop working […]

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How Portfolio Diversification Can Be Sweet Like a Box of Chocolates

In the world of investing, risk and reward go hand-in-hand. To help manage risk and reward, investors often utilize a portfolio diversification strategy that mitigates risk while working toward accumulation across asset classes. Diversification mitigates the potential for unsavory pitfalls while offering a variety of suitable outcomes. In this article, we explore portfolio diversification by […]

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You’re About to Retire: Here are 7 Tips to Stay Independent

Independence is important in retirement. The more independent retirees are, the more fulfilling their retirement is likely to be. However, living independently as you age isn’t always easy and may take some degree of planning well before you are even ready to retire. Want to ensure your chance of living independently during your retirement? Below […]

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Health Is the New Wealth: HNW Individuals, LTC Insurance and Healthcare

A perspective shift occurs in the wealth landscape; many now recognize health as the new wealth. Healthcare, long-term care (LTC) insurance, and other wealth-related financial instruments have become essential considerations for HNW individuals. In this article, we discuss understanding health as an invaluable asset, the necessity of LTC insurance, and the healthcare needs and considerations […]

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Investing in Black-Owned Businesses

There’s a growing recognition of the importance of diversity and inclusion, particularly when it comes to where Americans spend and invest their hard-earned dollars. Individuals may increase inclusion by investing in and patronizing Black-owned businesses. Beyond promoting social equality, investing in these enterprises may present opportunities for investors seeking financial returns that go hand-in-hand with […]

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4 Tax Planning Tips for High-Net-Worth Families

Tax planning might be complex, but it’s also essential—especially for high-net-worth families, where missing tax breaks or failing to optimize income could cost significant dollars, maybe millions, over a lifetime. And even in the short term, with the highest marginal federal tax rate sitting at 37% for 20241 (plus additional state and local taxes), a […]

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5 Financial Bad Habits to Cut This Year

When it comes to financial bad habits, the most common are also well known — don’t spend too much, don’t take on unsustainable debt, and avoid living paycheck to paycheck. But what happens once you’ve implemented this advice and still aren’t getting ahead? Here are five overlooked financial bad habits that could be draining your […]

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Why Business Owners Need Financial Planning

If you’re a business owner, you are likely the Chief Everything Officer at work and have many responsibilities. A business owner’s situation is unique since they are asset-rich and cash-poor since their wealth is in their business-literally. Regardless of the income a business generates, the ages of the owners, or how many employees it has, […]

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