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    More Money, More Problems aka Lifestyle Creep

    Let's face it, you're a fun person. You like to do fun things. Fun things cost money. Do you think you will want to do fun things when you're 65? Probably, right? (YES.) Do you ever feel like even though you are earning more money you still struggle to save? You may be dealing with lifestyle creep. Find out what it is and why it matters in the video below!  

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    3 Ways Entrepreneurs and Small Business Owners Can Save Time!

    Guest Post from Stephen Reh of Reh Wealth Advisors! I would like to thank Lauren Zangardi Haynes, CIMA, CFP® for inviting me to write an article this month. Lauren and I were discussing challenges facing entrepreneurs and small business owners and ways to overcome those challenges. Entrepreneurs often cringe at the thought of expense reports, income statements, balance sheets and taxes. While these documents are critical to securing financing for future growth, entrepreneurs are looking for the least painful ways to provide good data to their banks and tax preparers. With the rare exception of some accountants, their passion often lies in other areas and to be perfectly honest, the…

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    5 Reasons to Delay Taking Social Security

    Today I am very excited to bring you a guest post from fellow Fee-Only Financial Planner Richard Feight of East Lansing and Grand Rapids, Michigan. Rich is the founder of IAM Financial where he specializes in helping small business owners translate a lifetime of work into a happy and fulfilling retirement. Enjoy!5 Reasons Why You Should Delay Taking Social SecurityApril is National #SocialSecurity Month! As a result I thought it would be a good idea to share with you five reasons why it may be beneficial for someone to delay taking social security.More often than not when someone has worked for thirty-five or forty years and paid into social security every…