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Nest Eggs Beware!

By | March 24th, 2017|Planning, Podcasts, Retirement|

You’ve worked hard, you’ve saved well, and now you have an impressive Nest Egg for retirement. But do you also have a contingency plan in place if you become ill and need extended care? Tune in as Dr. Bob Pokorski explains how easily your Nest Egg could be drained if you don’t have all your bases covered! [...]

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Help! I Can’t Pay My Tax Bill

By | March 21st, 2017|Taxes|

You're almost done with your federal income tax return, and you're already thinking of ways to spend your refund. Then, the unthinkable happens--instead of a refund, you find that you owe $3,000. Or perhaps you've just received an IRS notice in the mail claiming that you owe $9,000 for the retirement plan distribution you took two years ago. You thought [...]

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Alternative Investment Options

By | March 17th, 2017|Creative, Investing|

Have you considered exploring investment options outside of the norm? Tune in as Ryan Parson, National Speaker on Alternative Investing, explains some of the benefits of investing in Real Estate, and how you can find out if this option is right for you! Real Wealth® is an online radio program with a purpose to [...]

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Coping with Unemployment

By | March 14th, 2017|Finance|

Coping with unemployment means breaking away from the past and facing your future. It means dealing with the emotional, financial, and professional challenges unemployment can bring. Although this process can be painful, facing unemployment with a plan will help make coping with it easier. Dealing with your emotions Losing your job is an emotional experience--whether you are laid off or [...]

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Big Changes Coming 2017: The Pros & Cons

By | March 10th, 2017|Podcasts, Retirement|

Are you planning on retiring someday? The financial services industry is going through a massive overhaul via the Department of Labor! While this may not be front page news for the average citizen, this has huge implications for the way you will be able to seek out and pay for advice that helps you save for retirement. Dale Brown, CEO [...]

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Financial Planning Issues for New Parents

By | March 7th, 2017|Finance, Planning, Women|

As you prepare for life with your new child, it's time to prepare a new financial plan for your family or make any necessary changes to your existing plan. You'll want to consider how your baby will affect your budget, make sure you have adequate insurance, protect your child's future with a well-thought-out estate plan, and determine how having a [...]

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5 Financial Misconceptions

By | March 3rd, 2017|Finance, Podcasts|

In the age of information, it’s nearly impossible to distinguish good from bad advice – especially when it comes to something as complicated and unpredictable as the finance world. Financial Professional Frank Lojewski lists the top 5 financial misconceptions, and gives great tips on how to avoid bad advice so you can focus on making and achieving your goals. [...]

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By | February 28th, 2017|Finance, Planning|

If you're like most consumers, homeownership involves the largest financial transaction you'll participate in during your lifetime. As such, it's no wonder that the process of buying or selling a home can be so stressful, frustrating, and, at times, totally confusing. If you want to ensure that you make sound financial decisions and survive the process with your sanity intact, [...]

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10 Tax Tips for 2017

By | February 24th, 2017|Podcasts, Taxes|

Are you dreading tax season or do you work with a CPA? Tune in as Neil Narveson, CPA, shares insider secrets to help create deductions, and explains that a whole team of financial professionals are all moving parts in the machine that is your financial plan. Real Wealth® is an online radio program with [...]

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Planning for Marriage

By | February 21st, 2017|Planning|

Planning for marriage encompasses more than just deciding whether to serve chicken at the reception and whether you should take a honeymoon cruise. If you are planning for marriage, you are faced with the enormous responsibility of combining your personal finances with your spouse's, and reassessing the way you and your spouse structured personal finances as unmarried individuals. Prenuptial agreements [...]

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