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Social Security: Maximizing Benefits

Most understand that waiting to claim Social Security benefits can result in higher monthly payments. However, many don't know that there are other ways to maximize their benefits, some of which depend on their marital status. Read on to better understand the strategies for maximizing your social security retirement benefits.

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Tax Efficiency in Retirement

Will you pay higher taxes in retirement? It’s possible. But that will largely depend on how you generate income. Will it be from working part-time? Will it be from retirement plans? And if it does come from retirement plans, it’s important to understand which types of plans will be financing your retirement. Read on to learn how to ensure tax efficiency in retirement.

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The Cost of Procrastination

Procrastination is a common human behavior, which may seem relatively harmless, but it can impact your retirement plans and financial future. If you have been meaning to get around to addressing some part of your financial future, perhaps it's time to develop a strategy. Read more to learn how procrastination can affect your financial goals.

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Understanding FDIC Insurance

It's natural to wonder exactly how a bank safeguards your money. Fortunately, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) insurance exists for this very reason: to help protect your funds once deposited. Read on to explore the purpose of FDIC insurance, how it works, and what it covers.

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Five Most Overlooked Tax Deductions

Who among us wants to pay the IRS more taxes than we have to? While few may raise their hands, Americans regularly overpay because they fail to take tax deductions for which they are eligible. Read more for the five most overlooked opportunities to manage your tax bill.