So…will you be paying with credit or debit?  How many times have you heard that before?  As consumers, I’d venture to say that we probably utilize credit card services on a daily basis.  Whether we’re buying groceries, shopping at our favorite clothing store, or simply going to an ATM, we are pushing our personal data…

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In March, we learned about the Required Minimum Distribution (RMD) rules and how they apply to tax-deferred retirement plans, such as 401(k)s, the Thrift Savings Plan (TSP), and Traditional IRAs. By design, RMDs are the Internal Revenue Code’s mechanism for forcing you to distribute, and pay tax on, the money in your tax-deferred retirement plans….

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I love everything about tennis – playing it, working on my swing, improving my strategy on the court, and the exercise that comes with it.  It is an ongoing challenge of mine to improve in all ways possible.  I love watching tennis as much as I enjoy playing it, especially now during the Wimbledon championship….

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If you’ve ever watched “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire”, you might witness the following scene: Host to Contestant:  If you don’t know the answer…you can use one of your lifelines?  Fifty-Fifty  – eliminate 2 of the 4 answers Ask the Audience – poll the audience Plus One – ask your companion With much anticipation,…

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