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Saving More Money, Now & Later

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You could save today & tomorrow, often without that penny-pinching feeling.

Provided by Reeve Conover – Conover Consulting

Directly & indirectly, you might be able to save more per month than you think. Hidden paths to greater savings can be found at home and at work, and their potential might surprise you.

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Should Millennials Be Your Money Models?

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Gen Y is doing some things right when it comes to saving & investing.

Provided by Reeve Conover – Conover Consulting

Financially, Generation Y is often criticized for being risk averse & unaware. Is this truth, or is it fiction? In some instances, pure fiction. Here are some good financial habits common to millennials – habits their parents and grandparents might do well to emulate.

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One Couple, Two Different Retirements?

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After many years together, some retired spouses may find their daily routines far apart.

Provided by Reeve Conover – Conover Consulting

When you see online ads or TV commercials about retirement planning, do they ever show baby boomer couples arguing? No. After all, retirement planning is about the pursuit of a happy outcome – a fun and emotionally rewarding “second act” that spouses and partners can share.

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Why Retirees Need Good Credit Scores

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Careers & businesses end, but the need to borrow remains.

Provided by Reeve Conover – Conover Consulting

We spend much of our adult lives working, borrowing, and buying. A good credit score is our ally along the way. It retains its importance when we retire.

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The Rough Consequences of Not Saving for Retirement

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Do you really want to risk facing these potential outcomes?

Provided by Reeve Conover – Conover Consulting

Saving for retirement may seem a thankless task. But you may be thanking yourself later. Putting away a percentage of one’s income, money that could be used for any number of bills or luxuries, is a sacrifice made in the present in order to avoid a larger trouble down the road.

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