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3 Ways to Grow Savings as an Empty Nester

When the children are away, parents will save. That's long been the belief of financial advisors and economists that study saving habits. That's not what one of Stephen Brubaker's clients planned to d... read more

What You Need to Remember When Babies Leave the Nest

One morning, the nest sat quiet and empty; the job was done. I noticed they had all moved on, not just the chicks, but the parents, too. God sent the birds my way to ... me to grow, to learn new thing... read more

3 Dividend Stocks to Fund Your Retirement Nest Egg

But the combination of stock-price appreciation and capital returns can make them an especially effective way to build and maintain your ... to continue to outperform and help its investors grow their ... read more

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4 Ways Empty Nesters Can Use Their Newfound Cash

Credit card debt is particularly insidious, as the high interest rates mean that balances often grow, rather than ... is typically the best way to guarantee that your extra money will keep making its ... read more

Behind on retirement savings? Here are 3 ways to catch up

A better approach: Maintain a moderate investing stance -- keeping, say, 40% to 60% of your savings in stocks, depending on your risk tolerance-- and focus on finding ways to save as much as you can. ... read more

3 Money Mistakes Empty Nesters Make

You may have more money than ever with the kids gone, or you may be paying for more than ever, especially if you aren't a full-time empty nester yet, because, say, your child is in college and nowhere ... read more

3 Ways to Grow Your Tax Refund

If you already received a tax refund or are expecting a check from Uncle Sam this year, instead of blowing it in one place, consider adding a little padding to your nest ... 529 College Savings Plan. ... read more

3 Financial Goals to Hit if You Want to Retire Early

If you're putting every spare penny toward your retirement fund and even small setbacks could derail your savings, you might choose to stay relatively conservative -- even if you end up having to work ... read more

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