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Diet books. Fitness apps. Live-streamed exercise classes. They all tell you the same thing: Maintaining good physical health requires discipline and adherence to a few simple habits, such as eating wisely, getting enough sleep, and exercising regularly. But did you know that the same basic formula can also apply to achieving and managing financial fitness? If you're looking to shed some unwanted financial fat and build a potentially healthy financial future, all you need is a good attitude, a little bit of dedication, and a solid plan to get you on track.
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To open a Health Savings Account (HSA), an individual must be covered by a High Deductible Health Plan (HDHP). An HDHP generally costs less than what traditional healthcare coverage costs, so the money that you save on insurance can be put into your HSA.
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Do you have too many coins and not enough time? Use a SEFCU coin sorter and let us count your loose change for you. With coin sorters in many branches, just stop by and we'll do the rest. Have the funds deposited directly into your SEFCU account or exchange your coins for cash.
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After years of investing for retirement and other goals, you may have accumulated a substantial portfolio. If you're approaching or already enjoying retirement, there are important steps that you can take to help ensure that your investment plan – and your nest egg – is on track for your golden years. Keep reading to get tips for retirement planning.
Perhaps your doctor, lawyer, and accountant are trusted advisors. Through years of working with them, they have come to know your family and your particular needs. How about your investment representative? Have you built the same kind of trusting relationship with him or her?
First the car broke down, then the dishwasher stopped working, and now the dog is sick. Sometimes the old proverb, "When it rains it pours," seems to ring a little too true. When you need money to pay large, unexpected bills, where do you turn?
There are a lot of issues that couples need to think about when tying the knot – wedding preparations, family, and, of course, finances. Addressing personal finance and investment issues before the big day may help improve your odds of being together years later. Keep reading for some financial issues that you might consider when embarking on a matrimonial journey.
Changing jobs? What are you going to do with your retirement savings? Think about this:
Creating a solid financial foundation can help investors stay focused no matter how the markets are performing.
When the markets and the economy are behaving badly, as they tend to do from time to time, it's easy to feel helpless. But creating a solid financial foundation can help you gain control of your investments and possibly avoid mistakes that can sabotage your portfolio.
In the sports world, a mental error can cost your team the big game. When you are investing, a mental error can put your retirement portfolio at risk. Mistakes often result from letting misconceptions and emotions affect your decisions.
Successful investing generally requires logic and reasoning. To avoid a fumble, you may want to guard against these four behavior patterns.