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Stay Ahead of the Curve

It’s World Series time and from my playing days, the best way to hit curve balls was to be in front of the pitch. That’s true in baseball and true when it comes to changes to Social Security. This week’s Secured Retirement Radio show covered the October 30th, 2015 legislative changes to Social Security from…

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Secured Retirement Radio: The Golden Decade

Blog post written by Dale Decker If you are 59 ½ up to 70 ½, you are in the Golden Decade when everything you do relative to your retirement matters.    There is a long list of do’s and don’ts during this period. On Saturday’s Secured Retirement Radio Show, CFPs Joe Lucey and Derek Fautsch…

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Secured Retirement Radio: Blackjack

Post written by Dale Decker In the first Austin Powers movie, the lead plays blackjack with Dr. Evil’s henchman, “Number 2.” Number 2, with x-ray vision, holds a 17, and scopes the next card as a 4. He hits for a 21 saying that he likes to live…dangerously. Austin Powers in turn then stays on…

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Secured Retirement Radio: Shoebox Money

Blog post by Dale Decker. We all save something. From childhood to retirement years, we set aside keepsakes that mean the most: a teddy bear, a blanket, sports cards, photos, you name it…it’s saved by someone. Often times things are saved and forgotten or placed in a box somewhere. Just knowing they’re there is the…

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Secured Retirement Radio: Probability Investing vs. Safety First

Blog post written by Dale Decker We all have different tolerances for risk. Some people prefer to go big and climb Mount Everest. Others are perfectly content to stay close to home and go apple picking. But risk tolerance isn’t limited to hobbies and free-time activities. Risk tolerance also plays a role in your personal finances.…

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Secured Retirement Radio: What's Your Financial "Squeaky Wheel"?

Blog post written by Dale Decker Greece is in the news this week, and anytime there’s an event the magnitude of national insolvency, it makes us think about personal finances. Greece had been accumulating debt over many years, which is akin to being the squeaky wheel on the wagon of the European economy. Surrounding countries didn’t…

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