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Feb 26, 2013: How do you spell tax break? I.R.A. | Bob Williams

Tax time is here. It’s that time of year when everyone is preparing their taxes and searching for deductions.  A contribution to an IRA may provide you with a little relief this tax season. An IRA is a personal savings account that provides you with tax advantages for setting aside money for retirement. What are those advantages [...]

Feb 6, 2013: Saving For Your Retirement | Bob Williams

Saving for YourRetirement: Is Your Goal to Eat Steak or Hot Dogs? Why should you save for retirement?  Because retirement is the most expensive goal many people ever have to save for. Retirement is supposed to be your time to relax and enjoy life’s pleasures without the pressure of your daily work routine.  In order to [...]

Aug 16, 2012: Stock Market Insight | Bob Williams

I was recently asked about the significance of the major market indexes breaking certain levels. When the market is setting new highs on a regular basis, investors who are holding stocks tend to feel wealthier. If you are profiting from a rise in the indexes, you are much likelier to invest additional funds. No one likes to be left out.

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