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Category Archives: Retirement

Estimating Your Retirement Expenses isn’t Rocket Science… But Close Enough

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Calculate your spending now, account for any additional expenses, and start saving for retirement. You’ve probably been lectured a million times by your elders on the importance of saving for retirement—“start while you’re young and reap the benefits later!” And if it didn’t come from them, you’ve probably heard of…

3 High Yield Stocks For Safe Retirement Income

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by Sure Dividend A quick note from the editors at Artesys: This month, we are so excited to feature this blog from Sure Dividend, which is an online publication that helps individual investors build high-quality dividend growth portfolios for the long run. View our guest blog on behavioral finance theory…

How Financial Risk Tolerance & Behavioral Finance Theory are Incorporated for the 401(k) Investor

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Advisors not only care about helping their clients achieve financial success, but it’s also a job that they take very seriously. As the financial industry has evolved, advisors have begun to understand that it’s not valuable to focus exclusively on theories or mathematical models to identify the correct investment portfolio…

Everything You Need to Know About a Managed Account Provider

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In most cases, American workers look forward to the feeling of freedom that comes with retirement. They can finally spend more time with family, travel the world, learn new hobbies, move to a new city, or simply take it easy after decades of hard work. It’s what the “American Dream”…

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