IRS Announces 2024 Contribution Limits

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The Internal Revenue Service has announced contribution and benefit limits for 2024. The limit on contributions by employees who participate in 401(k)s, 403(b)s, Sec. 457 plans, and the federal government’s […]

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Guaranteed Lifetime Income

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If you have been watching the news over the last couple of years, you may have heard of the SECURE Acts. These acts were meant […]

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Motivating People for Their Own Good

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“An apple a day keeps the doctor away.” Simple and proven—eating apples does have significant health benefits. Most of us, however, do not eat an […]

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Compounding Possibilities

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Small, seemingly insignificant acts can have an impact beyond anything imagined. For example, a kind word, simple gesture, or thoughtful deed can brighten another’s day […]

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Our Timeline for Investing

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“When should I invest or start investing?” Now! Almost 60% of Americans indicate they plan to work longer than anticipated before they retire. Several driving […]

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Just How Solid is Gold?

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Gold is the most malleable of all metals. One gram of gold can be pressed and formed into a sheet of 11 square feet. Gold […]

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Current Market Volatility

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Current Market Volatility If you have watched the news recently, you have seen that the S&P 500 index plunged 4% last week, in the market’s most significant […]

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Beyond The Parsonage

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Does your church provide a parsonage for your pastor and his family? A church-owned parsonage offers many advantages for both church and pastor. A church-owned […]

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Traditional Versus ROTH

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Once someone begins retirement planning, one of the first decisions he or she must make is whether to use a traditional (pre-tax) account or a […]

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