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Don’t Let These 4 Tax Traps Ruin Your Retirement

Most people are focused on their investment returns, but they’re ignoring the one thing that could have an even bigger impact on their nest egg. Taxes. Taxes will likely be your biggest expense in retirement. Below are 4 retirement tax traps you should get in front of before you start planning that retirement party. Retirement…

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Exclusive vs. Inclusive Investing

There are many different approaches to investing in the stock market, but most fall under two categories: exclusive and inclusive. Exclusive means conducting thorough research on prospective companies and investing in a portfolio of select, thoroughly vetted securities. One of the advantages of this approach is that if an investor’s research pans out, he could…

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Navigating the Guidelines of Gifting

Many people who have met with a financial professional and estate planning attorney have a well-thought-out plan in place to transfer assets to their beneficiaries upon their death. That’s a critical part of long-term planning, but what if you’d like to give your loved ones money now, while you’re still here to see them use and…

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See a Dentist Before You Retire

One activity that’s easy to overlook when preparing for retirement is dental work. While you may be in the habit of getting checkups every six months, be aware that Medicare doesn’t cover routine dental procedures, so this expense will soon be out-of-pocket. As you age, you’re more likely to have dental problems. So when you get…

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Investing in our community, one meal at a time

During this hectic time of year, it’s important to take a step back and reflect on what’s truly important. To us, the greatest investment we can make is to invest in our community. This holiday season, Secured Retirement Financial had the privilege of partnering with Second Harvest Heartland to provide 15,000 meals across St. Louis…

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