Retirement Requirements

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For a number of years, policymakers have been focused on finding ways to help Americans become better financially prepared for retirement. Studies have found having access to payroll-deduction retirement savings plans at work makes it 15 times more likely Americans … Read More

A lot To Be Thankful For Last Week

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There was a lot to be thankful for last week. Stock markets around the world may have ripened to full-slip sweetness this year. Emerging markets have delivered the most attractive returns year-to-date. The MSCI Emerging Markets Index was up 34 … Read More

Winter Holidays Are Almost Here

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It’s that time of year when people search and search for just-the-right gifts at just-the-right-prices for friends and loved ones. The National Retail Federation expects holiday sales to rise by 3.6 percent to 4.0 percent this year and total about … Read More

The “Calmest” October Since 1928

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The last full week of October was a box full of surprises. First, U.S. economic growth exceeded expectations. The devastation wrought by Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria was widely expected to stifle U.S. quarterly growth, according to NPR. The Atlanta … Read More

Education Saving & Investing [Webinar]

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Kevin Theissen, principal and financial advisor at Skygate Financial Group goes over ideas to save and invest for education. The main goal is to get our kids educated. To do this money becomes one of the tools. Please feel free … Read More

Get Smart About College Savings

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Join the Skygate Financial Group team members as they explain the importance of planning ahead, saving and investing for your children’s or grandchildren’s educational futures. It’s never too early to start planning. The best time to start planning is when … Read More

Parents & Older Family Members

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If you don’t live near your parents and older family members, you may want to learn more about Social Security’s Representative Payment Program (RPP). The Center for Retirement Research at Boston College (CRRBC) published a brief in August that provided some … Read More

Is The U.S. Government Well Run?

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Stop rolling your eyes. The Economist reported Steve Ballmer, former head of a large tech company, has been working on a new project – completing Form 10-K for the United States of America. The project is called USA Facts: Our … Read More

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