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May 2017 Archives

Keeping retirement plans on track following a divorce

Upon reaching a certain age, many individuals give serious thought to the process of retirement. You might have spent a few decades out in the work force and look forward to spending the rest of your days on a beach or closer to family. You have likely been planning for this life event for years, but there are other changes that aren't quite as easy to predict.

The other type of infidelity

Infidelity. When you hear the word, you likely think of an unfaithful partner. That unfaithfulness, though, may have come in a different form than you were expecting -- financial infidelity. Financial infidelity involves one spouse making significant monetary decisions without the knowledge of the other spouse. While it may not sound like a big deal, it can be.

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