Stock Splits, Explained

August 1, 2022 | 0 views

Imagine selling slices of a large pizza. You can cut it into four even slices and charge $2 a slice. Or, you can cut it into eight even slices and charge $1 per slice. Either way, the total value of...

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Building Wealth Through Home Equity

July 1, 2022 | 0 views

Often the first house a person buys is an affordable condominium, townhouse or older single-family dwelling, also referred to as a “starter home.” It might be small and lack features they dream about, from new appliances in the kitchen, to...

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How Social Security Benefits Are Affected by Earned Income

June 1, 2022 | 0 views

Thanks to the Great Resignation trend over the past year, there is a high availability of jobs. Therefore, now is a good time for retirees who would like to go back to work to ease into the job market. However,...

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New Required Minimum Distribution Rules for 2022

May 1, 2022 | 0 views

Starting in 2020, new legislation increased the age to begin Required Minimum Distributions (RMDs) from 70½ to 72. More recently, the IRS updated the Uniform Life Table for alignment with longer life expectancies. Note that it takes years for actuaries...

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Give a College Savings 529 Plan For Graduation

April 1, 2022 | 0 views

If you really want to make impact in your new grad’s life, make an investment in his or her future with a 529 College Savings account. There are two versions: an investment account and a prepaid account. Assuming you are...

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