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Keys to Creating a Long-Term Savings Plan

Planning for your future? Here are some tips to creating a long-term savings plan that you can start building now and the small changes you can make today.
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How to Decide When to Retire

When do I retire? This is one of the most important decisions an individual will make in their lifetime. Having a spouse or partner can make the timing more involved with all of the different aspects of dual retirement. Here are some factors to consider when making this important decision.
 

by Steve Schou | FNBT Wealth Management Trust & Investments Officer

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How to Start Saving For Retirement

It’s never too early or too late to start saving for retirement. Check out how much savings you should have for your age and learn how to save for retirement.
 
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How Much Savings Should I Have for My Age?

You know the old adage that money doesn’t grow on trees: We can’t just pluck a few bills off the branches and spend frivolously, knowing more cash will grow right back. For most of us, money is a limited resource that takes us effort to earn. Once we earn it, it can take us even more effort to save it. So if you’ve been seeking answers to the question, “How much money should I have saved?” the response depends heavily on how old you are and what you’re saving for.
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Converting Your 401(k) to an IRA

So you’re leaving your job to pursue new opportunities — congratulations! If you’ve been contributing to a 401(k) in your previous job, you want to make sure you’re safeguarding and optimizing that investment. 

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