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Tip Tuesday

Want to know how to make over a million dollars? Serious.

Read this guest blog. Written by a research analyst, writer and lover of financials, otherwise known as my husband, Nick Rokke. 860 more words

The Life I Live

Three things you can do today to save money

If you’re like most American families, you are always on the lookout for a deal or ways you can save money.  Today I’d like to share three quick an easy ways you can save some of your hard-earned money. 646 more words

Hot Job! Benefits Coordinator for HR Team in Jersey City, NJ

Our client is a nationally recognized distributor and they seek a benefits coordinator to join their team in Jersey City, New Jersey.

This role will be reporting into the human resources manager and will focus on helping with regards to 401k requests, provide timely administrative support to routine employee benefits activities that includes eligibility, enrollment, billing issue solution and file maintenance. 150 more words


What to Do With Your 401(k) When You Leave Your Job


If you have parted ways with your previous employer and contributed to a 401(k), it’s important to think about what you will do with the money you’ve invested. 724 more words


When Is Social Security Income Taxable?

The answer depends on your income.

Your Social Security income could be taxed. That may seem unfair, or unfathomable. Regardless of how you feel about it, it is a possibility. 788 more words

Financial Planning

Retirement Accounts - Option Overload

Now that you’ve started finding money to squirrel away each month for retirement, you need to know where to put it! There are a few common ways to save for retirement. 1,325 more words

This Startup Wants to Be a ‘Self-Driving Car’ for Your Money

The typical consumer faces a dizzying array of choices when planning for retirement: Do they do it through 401(k)s and IRAs? Stocks, bonds or ETFs? To Roth or not to Roth? 151 more words