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Don't fall in love with a scammer

Posted by The Simply Money Advisors Team on Feb 14, 2018 3:53:40 PM

Love is in the air!

This time of year makes it easy to get swept off your feet and fall in love... or what looks like love. With the growing popularity of dating apps and websites, it can be hard to determine what (and who) is real and what (and who) is fake.

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Topics: Scams & ID Theft Alerts

Economy continues to be strong despite stock turbulence

Posted by The Simply Money Advisors Team on Feb 12, 2018 2:56:03 PM

Stocks hit a rough patch over the past couple of weeks, but fortunately, the fundamental economic picture remains strong.

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Topics: Investing, Economy

What's the purpose of retirement?

Posted by The Simply Money Advisors Team on Feb 8, 2018 2:51:12 PM

Retirement is a common goal for most workers today - you're probably hoping to get there someday - but did you know that retirement is a fairly recent concept?

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Topics: Retirement

Your 'survival guide' for stock turbulence

Posted by The Simply Money Advisors Team on Feb 7, 2018 3:06:06 PM

Whew! How are you feeling? It’s been a wild few days in the stock market. If you’re trying to stay sane, follow this Simply Money Advisors 'survival guide:'

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Topics: Investing

Yes, market turbulence is back… but you shouldn’t focus on that

Posted by The Simply Money Advisors Team on Feb 5, 2018 2:32:49 PM

Stock market turbulence is back.

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The U.S. economy is chugging along

Posted by The Simply Money Advisors Team on Jan 15, 2018 2:15:52 PM

The economic data continues to show a very healthy U.S. economy.

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Topics: Economy

How to set (and crush) your goals

Posted by The Simply Money Advisors Team on Jan 11, 2018 11:50:14 AM

Wouldn’t it be nice to lose 10 pounds? Or maybe pay for your dream vacation to Europe in cash?

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Topics: Financial Planning

Retirement age isn’t the only factor you should consider when taking Social Security

Posted by The Simply Money Advisors Team on Jan 10, 2018 3:18:09 PM

A common factor that most married couples don’t consider is what will happen if one of them dies. While this topic may make you uncomfortable, it’s worth your time to think about.

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Topics: Social Security

Jobs report misses expectations; inflation worries tick up

Posted by The Simply Money Advisors Team on Jan 8, 2018 2:26:12 PM

The big news last week was the jobs report, which was slightly underwhelming.

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Topics: Economy

Looking for a financial planner? 5 questions they should be asking you

Posted by The Simply Money Advisors Team on Jan 3, 2018 2:53:56 PM

When you’re interviewing for a new job, it’s not only important that you’re a good fit for that company, but to feel as though they’re a good fit for you as well. They may ask you various questions to get to know you and determine if you’re suitable for their culture. 

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Topics: Financial Planning


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