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Financial Suicide: 10 Fatal Mistakes You Could Be Making Right Now

Alright, let’s talk about something we all love to avoid: money stuff. Yep, I’m talking about those financial responsibilities we tend to shove to the bottom of the to-do list. But here’s the thing: ignoring this stuff isn’t just procrastination; it’s like playing financial roulette with our future. From putting

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🔐 Die with Zero Dollars (DwZ): Leveraging Joint and Survivor Annuities to Fulfill Core Expenses in Child-free Households

In the dynamic realm of financial planning, a distinctive philosophy has emerged – one that embraces a childfree lifestyle and aspires to Die with Zero or “DwZ”. This paradigm shift underscores a deliberate departure from conventional financial norms, prioritizing life experiences over traditional legacies. By consciously opting for a childfree

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Planning an Early Retirement? Key things to consider.

A Change in Retirement Culture Various factors are redefining how Americans approach retirement. We’re discovering more and more people are redefining the term ‘retirement.’ Many are no longer riding off into the sunset, never to work again. Maybe it’s due to the pandemic, out of financial necessity, or sometimes an

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7 Tips For Protecting Your Assets Throughout a Divorce

Divorce is emotional, and financial protection may not always be top of mind. But being cautious and prepared early on can help prevent financial stress later down the line. If you’re amidst a divorce or considering the process, keep these seven tips in mind.

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Why are fee-only advisors different? Three key things…

Hi, I’m Jamie with Woodson Wealth Management, and I’m going to help you sidestep some major headaches, save you time, and put more money in your pocket. First – some quick background about the changing financial services industry: Over the last 15 years, our industry has gone through some dramatic

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