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[Audio File] Financial Planning Advice for Parents

Keith Klein offers high quality investment and wealth management tips for parents as he joins Heather Wagenhals, Executive Producer and host of UnlockYourWealthRadio.com on Libsyn’s Popular Money Show and Season 19 Running with Scissors.

How to have a life after college and repay your student loans

Student Loan ImageBy Keith Klein

Getting started on your own post-college is a turning point in many students’ lives. Big decisions like choosing a career and where to live loom large. For those who have taken on debt, student loan repayment begins approximately 2 months after graduation (though lenders differ in this requirement), and repayment may add even more stress. There are some simple things that you should do to get yourself off on the right footing after college.

Getting Started After College: Student Loan Repayment

Student Loans Artby Keith Klein

 

Getting started on your own post-college is a turning point in many students’ lives.  Big decisions like choosing a career and a city to inhabit loom large.  For those who have taken on debt, Student Loan Repayment begins approximately 2 months after graduation (though lenders differ in this requirement), and repayment may add even more stress.  There are some simple things that you should do to get yourself off on the right footing after college.

Think You Know Enough to Retire?

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by Keith Klein

 

Think You're Ready to Retire? Grab a Pencil.

If you're stumped by basic questions about nest eggs, life expectancy, health care and more, your later years may not be as good as you hope

This is an excerpt from the Wall Street Journal, By Glenn Ruffenach printed Oct. 25, 2013.  The test here is for general concepts and may not address your specific retirement needs.  Have some fun with this and  see how you do.  I'll be posting the other parts of the quiz each week. Come back and see what the next section is and how you do on it!

 

Everyday expenses add up!

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How much do you spend a week on eating out?  Did you know that $100 per week on dining out is $75,000 every 10 years!

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The Sequester Looms

The Sequester Looms

If federal budget cuts occur March 1, how might they be felt economically?

Understanding the Sequester

 

You may have heard the term "Sequester" in the news lately when talking about the federal budget.  But what does it mean?

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