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Planning for Marriage: Financial Tips for Women

Planning for marriage should involve more than just picking out invitations and deciding whether you should serve chicken or fish at the reception. More importantly, you'll want to take a look at

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Adjusting to Life Financially After a Divorce

There's no doubt about it — going through a divorce can be an emotionally trying time. Ironing out a divorce settlement, attending various court hearings, and dealing with competing attorneys can

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Planning for Marriage to Someone with Children

Marrying someone with children means that your finances will become a lot more complicated as you take into account the needs of your spouse and any children who join your household. Many of the

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Planning for Remarriage

If you're planning to remarry, you must decide how you and your fiance will combine your finances, and you'll need to plan a financial strategy that considers the assets, liabilities, and

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Everyone Needs a Plan: Get Organized with SVA’s Estate Planning Worksheet

By definition, estate planning is a process designed to help you manage and preserve your assets while you are alive, and to conserve and control their distribution after your death according to

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Women and Financial Planning: 5 Steps to Consider

Women represent the largest proportion of influence over wealth. They own more than half (51%) of all U.S. personal wealth and they’re on track to inherit two thirds of the wealth ($22 trillion)

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Gray Divorce: Dividing Assets Can Impact Retirement

Although most people who marry hope their unions will last forever, about 50% of first marriages in the United States end in divorce.Individuals age 50 and older are still less likely to get

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Marriage and Money: Taking a Team Approach to Retirement

Now that it's fairly common for families to have two wage earners, many husbands and wives are accumulating assets in separate employer-sponsored retirement accounts. In 2018, the maximum employee

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