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Required Minimum Distribution (RMD) : Things to Know

Richard Barrington
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Have you reached retirement age? It's time to start planning how to take money out of your retirement accounts so as to meet IRS requirements while managing your tax liability and planning for future needs.

Investment Accounts You Should Know

Richard Barrington
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Want to know more about different types of investment accounts that are available? This article can walk you through the basics of 7 common types of investment accounts.

REITs: What They Are and How They Work

Richard Barrington
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Interested to invest in real estate? REITs can provide an efficient way for ordinary investors to invest in residential and commercial real estate, but it helps to know how they work and what questions to ask before you invest.

SECURE Act - Can It Help or Hurt Your Retirement?

Richard Barrington
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Do you know how a new tax law could impact your retirement plan? Find out about the new SECURE Act and the important changes it makes to retirement-saving rules.

Retirement Savings: How Much You Should Have at 25, 30, 40, 50 and 65

Richard Barrington
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Most Americans are behind on retirement saving. Are you? Use these benchmarks to know where your retirement savings should stand at different ages.

401(k) Rollover: Tips for 401(k) Investing

Richard Barrington
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Are you leaving an employer's 401(k) plan? See how to handle your rollover so you aren't hit with unexpected taxes and your retirement savings remain invested for your long-term goals.

How to Invest in Stocks

Richard Barrington
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Interested in buying stocks but not sure how to begin? Learn some easy steps that help you get started as a stock investor.

The Best Investments You Can Make Right Now

Richard Barrington
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Looking for a good investment? Take your choice of these 11 smart investments you can make for today's economy.

Lower Interest Rates Could Ruin Your Retirement

Richard Barrington
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How could lower interest rates mess up your retirement plan? While asset prices are up now, lower rates could mean lower returns on both stocks and bonds for years to come.

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