The Decline of General Electric (GE) Stock – Lessons You Can Learn

Investors in General Electric (GE) stock aren’t happy right now. This week the company cut its dividend by 50 percent. This decision added insult to injury because GE’s stock has dropped more than 40 percent over the last year. But, these results are more common than you might realize.

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Eight Key Questions Every Investor Should Ask

Focusing on what you can control can lead to a better investment experience.

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Protecting Yourself Online

For those who have had concerns about the Internet and its security, there was recently a very large “I told you so” moment. The resulting aftermath of the Equifax breach has put identity theft and cyber-security at the forefront of our thoughts and minds.

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IRS Contribution Limit Changes for 2018

The IRS recently announced changes to the contribution limits for retirement plans effective starting 2018.  One major change is an increase in the annual contribution limit from $18,000 to $18,500 for 401(k)/457/403(b) plans – the catch-up contribution limit for employees age 50 or older will remain the same ($6,000) in 2018.  Below is a table summarizing […]

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Is There an Error On Your Credit Report? Next Steps To Take

Let’s look at why your credit report is important, and if you find an error – how to handle it.

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Home Equity Conversion Mortgages – Important Changes!

HECM’s are not your grandfather’s reverse mortgage, but rules are changing for this increasingly popular financial tool!

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The Uncommon Average

When setting expectations, it’s helpful to see the range of outcomes experienced by investors historically.

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