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WEALTH COLUMN

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Here are a few tips for making it through the season without spending more than you’re comfortable with — and focusing more on spending time with your friends and family without breaking the bank.
With stock market tickers scrolling constantly on cable TV, you need to think about how these channels are paid: by Wall Street firms that promote their services on those very same channels.
Consider options to increase savings, plan for long-term care and look at end of year gifting and charitable giving.
Lifestyle inflation can be hazardous to your wealth and this column presents some practical strategies to avoid that feeling of “never getting out from under it.”
The decision whether to rent or buy a home is deeply personal. Here are some pros and cons from a financial perspective.
Nearly 2 of 3 Americans indicated feeling anxious when thinking about their personal finances, while fully half of respondents indicated feeling stressed when discussing their finances. There are three useful exercises to focus on inner positive strengths.

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An executor should be honest, impartial and financially responsible, and should be someone whom you trust to carry out your wishes as stated in your will.
When markets are this uncertain, many investors wonder where they should invest their next dollar. Here’s our take.
The typical four-year college graduate who enrolls at age 18 and graduates in four years can expect to earn enough relative to a high school graduate by age 33 to compensate for being out of the workforce for four years

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