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Documents You Should Shred to Prevent Identity Theft

This article originally appeared here: Shredding Documents to Keep Your Identity Safe (thebalance.com) Credit Card Offers, Bank Statements, Canceled Checks, and More Each day, the U.S. Postal Services delivers more than 187 million pieces of mail1, and much of that correspondence contains sensitive personal information. A lot of it may seem like junk mail, but …

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Changing Jobs? Know Your 401(k) Options

There’s Still Time to Contribute to an IRA for 2020

Even though tax filing season is well under way, there’s still time to make a regular IRA contribution for 2020. You have until your tax return due date (not including extensions) to contribute up to $6,000 for 2020 ($7,000 if you were age 50 or older on or before December 31, 2020). For most taxpayers, …

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Are you getting a stimulus check; how much will it be? Use this calculator to find out

Your stimulus check payment is based on your most recent tax return. Use the information from your 2020 tax return - or if you haven't filed a 2020 return, use your 2019 information - to fill out the form below. Filing Status*SingleMarriedHead of HouseholdAdjusted Gross Income*Number of Dependents*Your Stimulus Check Total May BeYour Stimulus Check …

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Time Can Be a Strong Ally in Saving for Retirement

Time Can Be a Strong Ally in Saving for Retirement

Father Time doesn’t always have a good reputation, particularly when it comes to birthdays. But when it comes to saving for retirement, time might be one of your strongest allies. Why? When time teams up with the growth potential of compounding, the results can be powerful. Time and money can work together The premise behind …

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18 New Year’s Resolutions You Can Actually Keep

Article originally published on https://www.countryliving.com A go-to (diet-free) list of achievable changes you can make in the new year. This year, your New Year’s Eve, like all of the 2020 holidays, will likely look different. You might be spending the evening watching New Year’s movies or playing a New Year’s game at home with your family rather than going …

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Countdown To Retirement

Deadline for Medicare Open Enrollment is approaching

Originally published on: https://whnt.com/ Open enrollment for Medicare’s 2021 benefit period will close on December 7. For many people 65 and older, this is the only time of year to make a change to their federal health insurance coverage. It’s important to know your coverage needs and what’s available. Medicare Part A is hospital insurance. …

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Trick or Treating and Other Halloween Activities

Trick or Treating and Other Halloween Activities

Steps to Take when Trick or Treating Traditional Halloween activities are fun, but some can increase the risk of getting or spreading COVID-19 or influenza. Plan alternate ways to participate in Halloween. Make trick-or-treating safer Avoid direct contact with trick-or-treaters. Give out treats outdoors, if possible. Set up a station with individually bagged treats for …

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