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Fear of Not Having Enough Money

Posted by Paige Panzarello // January 16, 2019

Fear of Not Having Enough Money

Fear of not having enough money. A staggering two-thirds of Americans are more afraid of a money-related catastrophe than anything else, including death, according to a recent survey conducted by GOBankingRates. Many people never take the necessary steps to move past their money fears. Many simply allow financial panic to drive life choices. Getting more money isn’t […]


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Divorce Month

Posted by Paige Panzarello // January 9, 2019

Divorce Month

The first month of 2019 is reportedly the most popular time of year to file for divorce. January, lawyers tell us, is divorce month. Sure, the holidays are hectic, and relationship issues can come into sharper focus when stressed-out couples spend more time together but is January’s bad rap really deserved? For better or worse, the numbers suggest […]


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Is Your Bank Account Healthy?

Posted by Paige Panzarello // January 2, 2019

Is Your Bank Account Healthy?

Many health insurance companies are concerned about your daily health and promote wellness. It’s the same with your financial health. We know that financial burdens can weigh us down, a lot of us would like to ignore the issues until a crisis happens. As you know with your body, the smartest approach is to think […]


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Active-Adult Age-Restricted Community

Posted by Paige Panzarello // December 26, 2018

Active-Adult Age-Restricted Community

Can you believe it? By 2019, nearly 45 percent of all households in the United States will be headed by someone 55 or older, according to the National Association of Home Builders. To meet the needs of this market sector, more home builders are offering single-family homes in an active-adult age-restricted community. Active-Adult Age-Restricted Community […]


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Fear of Failure

Posted by Paige Panzarello // December 19, 2018

Fear of Failure

Everyone hates to fail, but for some people, failing presents such a significant psychological threat their motivation to avoid failure exceeds their motivation to succeed. This fear of failure causes them to unconsciously sabotage their chances of success, in a variety of ways. Failing can elicit feelings such as disappointment, anger, frustration, sadness, regret, and confusion that, while unpleasant, are usually not sufficient […]


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Tips to Spend More Time with Your Family

Posted by Paige Panzarello // December 12, 2018

Tips to Spend More Time with Your Family

While I was preparing to write about tips to spend more time with your family, I wondered why this was important when I read this paragraph from Liane Moriarty’s new book “Nine Perfect Strangers.” She was closer to her mother than to him. All three kids were. He hadn’t been around enough in their childhood. […]


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Retirement – How Much Money Do You Need?

Posted by Paige Panzarello // December 5, 2018

Retirement - How Much Money Do You Need?

Retirement – How Much Money Do You Need? Christy Bieber at the Motley Fool writes, “Retirement is a milestone most of us will someday reach because few people work until the end of their lives. But only around one-third of Americans are very confident they’ll have enough money to live comfortably — and some may […]


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What Happens If You Have Debts Upon Retirement?

Posted by Paige Panzarello // November 28, 2018

What Happens If You Have Debts Upon Retirement

For many people, retirement means living on a fixed income that comes from Social Security or a pension. Unfortunately, this is almost always significantly less than the income you made when you were working full-time. What happens if you have debts upon retirement? While your income may be less, your debts may remain the same, which can […]


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How Much Money Do You need to Invest in Real Estate?

Posted by Paige Panzarello // November 21, 2018

How Much Money Do You need to Invest in Real Estate

The stock market has lost all its gains for the year. We are still up over 6,000 points since the Trump election. Some are getting nervous, and have moved money out of stocks into bonds. However, real estate and hard assets are attractive now, if just for a way to diversify. How Much Money Do […]


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Truth about Downsizing

Posted by Paige Panzarello // November 14, 2018

Truth about Downsizing

Years of rising house prices in some parts of the country have given a lucky group of retirees an asset they probably never expected to have. Here’s the truth about downsizing. Research by Prudential suggests downsizing your home can raise as much as £85,300 or $109,629. So perhaps it’s not surprising that a fifth (22%) of […]


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