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Portfolio Overprotection May Be the New Game in Investing

No Super Bowl Champion Wins Without Extraordinary Defense

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Successful Investors Have Mastered the Inside Game

Seven Core Values to Help Protect Your Money in Good & Bad Times

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Return on Principle

Seven Core Values to Help Protect Your Money in Good Time and Bad

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Retirement Planning’s Impact to Spouses, Progeny and Charities

Thorough Planning Extends Beyond Both Spouses

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The Retirement Red Zone is the Life’s Financial Danger Zone

Five Years Before and After Retirement Can Make or Break Your Golden Years

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Organized Laborers’ Retirement Plans Need Input from Pro Planners

The “Measure Twice, Cut Once” Approach is Universal in Retirement Planning

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Annuities May Answer Many of Retirement’s Uncertainties

Retirement Portfolios Benefit from Annuities’ Predictability

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Developing Budgetary Basics Can Build A Firm Foundation for the Future

Creating a financial profile requires an “honest” assessment on your attitude towards money.

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Intentional Tax Planning Can Increase Retiree’s Bottom Line

End of the Years Tax Harvesting Can Impact Non Qualified Funds

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Retirement Planning Today Creates Your Future Lifestyle Tomorrow

Gut-check Planning Assesses Assets and Mortality

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Medicare is Retirement Planning’s Other Stepchild

Effective Medicare Management Can Benefit the Bottom Line

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Abandoned 401(k)s, the Missing Piece of Retirement’s Puzzle

More Than $1 Trillion Left Behind with Former Employer Plans

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Retirement Planning’s Impact to Spouses, Progeny and Charities

Thorough Planning Extends Beyond Both Spouses

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Fixed-Index Annuities Offer Retirement Solutions

Persistent Low Interest Rates and Demographics Drive the Demand

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Use Age as the Gauge for Retirement’s Safe-Money Allocation

Applying Common Sense and Risk Tolerance Can Satisfy a Retiree’s Investment Appetite.

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The Sequence of Returns During Retirement Distribution

The Sequence of Returns Risk is the Retirement Apocalypse.

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Retirement’s Healthcare Options are Too Many to Weigh on Your Own

Medicare is But One Leg of the Retirement Planning Journey

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Consistency is the Hallmark of Savings Success

Slow and Steady Often Wins a Successful Retirement Race

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Retirement is not a “Set It and Forget It Proposition

Retirement Plans Benefit from Regular Monitoring and Third-Party Review

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There Are Basic Approaches to Retirement that Can Deliver Real Results

Retirement Planning is a Deliberate Act of Securing Your Own Future