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Sheri’s Summer Retirement Summary Part 2: The Wonderful Worlds of Retirement

Welcome back! In my last post, I launched this year’s SageBroadview summer blog series, “Sheri’s Summer Retirement Summary.” When it comes to retiring, there is no one best way for everyone. That’s what makes the subject so fascinating. That said, most people’s retirement planning fal
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Introducing: Sheri’s Summer Retirement Summary

Hey everyone, happy first official day of summer! Is the pool open? Before you head out, I hope you’ll join me in celebrating the launch of our fourth annual summer blog series. It all started in 2014, when we shared a summer series of Evidence-Based Investment Insights, followed by a
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Time Is Money: Start Saving for Retirement Now – Summer Refresher Series

Let us count the ways that we still love this post about the benefits of youthful investing in a Roth IRA. First, there are few investment lessons more powerful than the importance of starting to save and invest when you’re young, with time, compound returns and tax sheltering opportu
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Financial Planning with Sage Simplicity

The power of elegant simplicity is certainly nothing new. When explaining the Tao of the universe back in fifth or sixth century BC, Lao Tze is said to have said, “A journey of a thousand [miles] starts with a single step.” But when it comes to financial planning, we have a way of mak
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SBV In The News: What’s better: A SEP-IRA or a Solo 401(k)?

NJMoneyHelp.com asked for Sheri Cupo’s advice  for their readers in “What’s better? A SEP-IRA or a Solo 401(k)?” The question was: “ I’m self-employed. How do I decide on the right retirement account: a SEP-IRA, or a Solo 401(k) or a regular IRA?” Read the answer here: NJMoneyHelp.com
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Redefining Retirement, Redux

As consecutive blizzards continue to weigh heavy on the Eastern seaboard, it can be tempting to dream of the days that you don’t care if another foot or two comes down … because you’re RETIRED. Throw on an extra sweater, hire the neighbor boy to shovel, and pour that second cup of cof
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Giving 403(b) Plan Participants Their Due - Part 2

Giving 403(b) Plan Participants Their Due – Part 2

Part II: The 403(b) Plan: Pocket Change or Life’s Savings? As touched on in Part 1 of our two-part series on 403(b) plans, “A Call for 403(b) Plan “Higher Education,” it was initially assumed that the 403(b) would serve as a supplement – not a replacement – for participants’ tradition
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Giving 403(b) Plan Participants Their Due

Giving 403(b) Plan Participants Their Due

Part I: A Call for 403(b) Plan “Higher Education” When seeking financial advice for managing your retirement plan assets, it seems the 401(k) receives a lot more press than the similar, but different 403(b) plans used by government and tax-exempt groups such as schools, hospitals and
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The Gift of Multiple Careers

The Gift of Multiple Careers

Raise your hand if you’ve had multiple careers. Or does yours more closely resemble Alfred Feld’s? He joined Goldman Sachs in 1933 and remained there for 80 YEARS(!), until he passed away at age 98 last fall. Whenever he was asked about his longevity, he is reported to have replied, “
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Time Is Money – Start Saving Now

Time Is Money – Start Saving Now

BY GUEST AUTHOR: CHRISTOPHER J. ANNELLO, ASSOCIATE ADVISOR This article was inspired by Sheri’s niece, Jessica Iannetta, a newspaper and online journalism and political science major at Syracuse University, class of 2015. When I was in college, my dad gave me a “cool” gift – or so I t
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