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December 2014

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Planning Your Financial Future December 2014

Hope all of you had a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday. As we head towards year-end,
now is the time to think about your financial results for 2014, and your financial
goals for 2015.

Four Questions to Ask Before You Open Your Wallet
Even if you're generally comfortable with how much you spend,
you may occasionally suffer from a case of buyer's remorse or
have trouble postponing a purchase in favor of saving for a
short- or long-term goal. Here are a few key questions to
consider that might help you fine-tune your spending.

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Helping Your Parents Manage Their Finances
As parents age, their ability to manage their own finances may
decline. That can make it more likely that they may neglect
the life savings they've worked so hard to accumulate, or make
costly mistakes with them. How can you help?
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Importance of Timing a Roth IRA Conversion: An Example
Conventional wisdom holds that if you convert a traditional IRA
to a Roth IRA, you should never pay the conversion taxes with
assets from the traditional IRA. It's also conventional wisdom that
converting a traditional IRA to a Roth IRA is tax neutral so long
as income tax rates remain the same at the time of conversion
and after retirement. But there's one scenario where
conventional wisdom may not apply.
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How can college students save and spend money wisely?
If you're a new college student, it can be overwhelming to figure
out how to save and spend money wisely. However, if you take
time to plan, you won't have to worry about spending money
carelessly.
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I'm having trouble paying my student loans. Do I have any options?
If you or someone you know is having difficulty paying back
student loans, take a look at the government's three
income-driven repayment plans. These plans--available only
for federal student loans, not private loans--are designed to
make your student loan debt more manageable by reducing
your monthly payment.
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IRS regulations require that I advise you that, unless otherwise specifically noted, any federal tax advice in this communication (including any attachments, enclosures, or other accompanying materials) was not intended or written to be used, and it cannot be used, by any taxpayer for the purposes of avoiding penalties; furthermore, this communication was not intended or written to support the promotion or marketing of any of the transactions or matters it addresses.

Prepared by Broadridge Investor Communication Solutions, Inc. Copyright 2014.

November 2014

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Planning Your Financial Future November 2014


While you are out driving, be very careful of the little Trick-Or-Treaters this Friday.
Slow down and keep those eyes open.

 

Saving or Investing: Is There a Difference?
The terms "saving" and "investing" may be used interchangeably,
but understanding how they are different may help you in working
toward financial goals for you and your family.
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Investor, Know Thyself: How Your Biases Can Affect
Investment Decisions

Over the past few decades, a field has emerged that examines how
human psychological factors influence economic and financial
decisions. Understanding these biases may help you avoid
questionable calls in the heat of the financial moment.
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Open Enrollment Season Is Here: Give Your Benefits a Check Up
Open enrollment season is your annual opportunity to review your
employer-provided benefit options and make elections for the
upcoming plan year. To get the most out of what your employer has
to offer and potentially save some money, take time to read through
the enrollment packets or information you receive before making
any benefit decisions.
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Do I have to pay an additional tax on investment income?
A 3.8% net investment income tax is imposed on the unearned
income of high-income individuals.
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How can I manage the net investment income tax?
If you are subject to the 3.8% net investment income tax,
there are strategies to consider that may help you manage that tax.
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IRS regulations require that I advise you that, unless otherwise specifically noted, any federal
tax advice in this communication (including any attachments, enclosures, or other
accompanying materials) was not intended or written to be used, and it cannot be used,
by any taxpayer for the purposes of avoiding penalties; furthermore, this communication was
not intended or written to support the promotion or marketing of any of the transactions or
matters it addresses.

Prepared by Broadridge Investor Communication Solutions, Inc. Copyright 2014.

October 2014

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Planning Your Financial Future October 2014


Fall has arrived! Cooler temperatures, earlier sunsets, and turning leaves.
However, it's also time to think about year-end tax planning for
business owners. December will be here before you know it.

 

Prepare Now for a Year-End Investment Review
Getting organized before meeting with your financial
professional for a year-end investment review can
help make the meeting as productive and efficient as
possible.
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Retiring and Relocating? Don't Neglect State Taxes!
If you're retired, or about to retire, you may be thinking
about relocating to a state that has low tax rates or
provides special tax benefits to retirees. Here's a
survey that may jump-start your search for a tax-friendly
state in which to spend your golden years.
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Leaving Assets to Your Heirs: Income Tax Considerations
An inheritance is generally worth only what your heirs get
to keep after taxes are paid. When evaluating whom to
leave property to and how much to leave to each person,
you might want to consider how property will be taxed and
the tax rates of your heirs.
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What factors could negatively impact my credit report?
Having a good credit report is important when it comes
to personal finance, because most lenders use credit
reports to evaluate a potential borrowers creditworthiness.
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I'm looking to buy a home. What are some common mortgage mistakes to avoid?
Navigating the complex world of mortgages can be difficult. As a result, it's easy to make mistakes when applying for a mortgage loan.
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IRS regulations require that I advise you that, unless otherwise specifically noted, any federal tax advice in this communication (including any attachments, enclosures, or other accompanying materials) was not intended or written to be used, and it cannot be used, by any taxpayer for the purposes of avoiding penalties; furthermore, this communication was not intended or written to support the promotion or marketing of any of the transactions or matters it addresses.



September Newsletter

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Planning Your Financial Future September 2014


Well, the children are back in school. Be careful out there when driving.

Children don't always look first!

Quiz: How Much Do You Know about Social Security?
You're probably covered by Social Security, but how much do you
know about this program? Test your knowledge by taking this quiz.
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10 Basic Tax To-Dos for the Rest of 2014
Here are 10 things to consider as you weigh potential tax moves
between now and the end of the year.
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What Is the Federal Reserve and What Does It Do?
If you follow financial news, you've probably heard many references to
"the Fed" along the lines of "the Fed did this or that," or "market
watchers are wondering what the Fed will do next." So what exactly
is the Fed and what does it do, anyway?
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I just learned that my credit- and debit-card information was part
of a data breach. What should I do?

Now, more than ever, consumers are relying on the convenience of
credit and debit cards to make everyday purchases, such as gas and
groceries, and to make online purchases. With this convenience,
however, comes the risk of having your account information
compromised by a data breach.
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I'm purchasing a new laptop. Should I also purchase an
extended warranty to go along with it?

If you've ever purchased an electronic device or major appliance,
chances are you've been asked if you also wanted to purchase an
extended warranty or service contract for an additional cost.
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IRS regulations require that I advise you that, unless otherwise specifically noted, 
any federal tax advice in this communication (including any attachments,
enclosures, or other accompanying materials) was not intended or written
to be used, and it cannot be used, by any taxpayer for the purposes of
avoiding penalties; furthermore, this communication was not intended
or written to support the promotion or marketing of any of the transactions
or matters it addresses.

Prepared by Broadridge Investor Communication Solutions, Inc. Copyright 2014.

August Newsletter

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Planning Your Financial Future August 2014

July flew by, and here we are in August. If you've taken your vacation, hope it was fun! If you
haven't taken a vacation yet with the family, it's almost time for back to school!

A View of Health Care from Around the World
The United States health-care system has been impacted by the
Affordable Care Act (ACA). But how does delivery of health care
in the United States compare to that of other nations?
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Retirement Myths and Realities
We all have some preconceived notions about what retirement
will be like. But how do those notions compare with the reality of
retirement? Here are four common retirement myths to consider.
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How the Windsor Decision Affects Retirement Plans
The Supreme Court's Windsor decision, which in June 2013 struck
down part of a law that defines marriage as between one man and
one woman, affected the administration of qualified retirement plans.
Both employers and plan participants may want to review the details.
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Why are you paying more at the pump?
Have you ever stood at the pump wondering why you're paying so
much to fill up your vehicle? The answer is ... complicated.
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Chart: Ten-Year History of U.S. Average Gas Prices
This chart illustrates the ups and downs of U.S. gasoline prices over
the past ten years.
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IRS regulations require that I advise you that, unless otherwise specifically noted, any federal tax advice in this communication (including any attachments, enclosures, or other accompanying materials) was not intended or written to be used, and it cannot be used, by any taxpayer for the purposes of avoiding penalties; furthermore, this communication was not intended or written to support the promotion or marketing of any of the transactions or matters it addresses.

Prepared by Broadridge Investor Communication Solutions, Inc. Copyright 2014.

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