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  • Know the red flags of an investment scam

    Just recently, federal officials arrested a Warren County man and his wife who admitted to defrauding investors out of more than $70 million!  And before you say, “Oh, that could never happen to me,” that’s probably what these latest victims thought to themselves as well.

Simply Money Advisors

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Simply Money Advisors

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  • The incredibly easy Social Security tip everyone should follow

    If you’re in the Simply Money Advisors’ Retirement Red Zone and still 20 years from retirement, your Social Security benefits are probably the last thing on your mind right now. But regardless of your age, if you pay into the system, there’s one thing you should do – and it’s incredibly easy.

  • Lofty expectations may leave stocks vulnerable

    After a strong start to the year, stocks were little change last week. Markets are likely looking ahead to President Donald Trump's speech to a joint session of Congress on Tuesday, February 28th in the hopes that new information about his economic policies will be revealed.

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  • Your 401(k) is terrible

    Your 401(k) is terrible. We don’t necessarily mean your particular plan is terrible. We mean the whole concept of a 401(k) is just rotten – and it’s doing you an injustice. It’s a voluntary system that’s turned into a failed experiment.

  • You're feeling good, and your spending shows it

    Following the U.S. presidential election, the way you’re feeling about the economy has improved, but there has been little evidence that this has resulted in any change to your spending habits. However, at Simply Money Advisors, we are starting see some strength.

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Generated 1 month ago

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  • Warning signs of tax ID theft

    The idea of someone stealing your personal information and identity is scary. And now that we’re in the midst of tax season, it’s an even greater threat: according to the U.S. Federal Trade Commission, tax identity theft (also known as “tax refund fraud”) is the main reason there’s been a 47% spike in general identity theft.

  • Tax reform promises push stocks higher

    Since President Trump took office, investors like you have noticed that there has been little progress in his stated economic policies. But that changed last week.

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Generated 1 month ago

Simply Money Advisors

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  • Your adult kids are costing you

    Have your adult kids made their way back to you and started living at home once again? If they are, you’re not alone. New research shows that 34% of Millennials (18-34 year olds) in Ohio are living with a relative, while almost 33% in Indiana, and 30% in Kentucky. And when the kids come back, this means your family budget could take a hit.

  • Could another interest rate hike come this week?

    Stocks shrugged off disappointing economic news to move higher last week, highlighted by the Dow Jones Industrial Average finally topping the psychological milestone of 20000.

  • A financial plan isn't just about retirement

    If you’re still decades away from retirement, it’s easy to think you don’t need a financial plan for your money. After all, it’s so far away! But here’s the thing: financial planning isn’t just about retirement planning. Creating a financial plan can be a fantastic way to accomplish your shorter-term goals as well.

  • Dow hits 20,000. So what?

    On a morning financial TV show this morning, someone compared the Dow Jones Industrial Average crossing the 20,000 mark to Neil Armstrong’s first steps on the moon: “We’ll remember where we were!”

  • Would the U.S. suffer in a trade war?

    Donald J. Trump was sworn in as the 45th president of the United States on Friday, January 20th, and investors like you are immediately wondering how President Trump will follow through on his "America First" agenda.

  • What the Trump presidency means to you & the economy

    With Donald J. Trump being sworn in on January 20th as the 45th President of the United States, investors like you are wondering what it means for the economy and your money. Mr. Trump’s economic policies that could have the biggest impact in 2017 are tax reform, government spending, and global trade.

  • When you retire really just comes down to getting "sick"

    Do you have an age in mind for when you’re going to retire? Maybe you have an actual date circled on the calendar? We’ve found that for two out of five of you, you might be able to stick with your plan. But if you’re the other three out of those five, you’ll learn the hard truth that retirement is many times something that happens to you.

  • Latest economic data strong, inauguration up next

    Topping the list of events for investors like you this week is not an economic release, but the inauguration of Donald J. Trump as the 45th President of the United States on Friday, January 20th.

  • A silly way to waste your money (that banks love)

    Are you ready for this? Every year, thanks to overdraft fees, U.S. banks make about $11 billion off you and their other customers, according to a recent study from the Pew Charitable Trusts.

  • Strong economic start to 2017

    Stocks got off to a strong start in the first week of 2017 with Dow Jones Industrial Average falling just short (0.37 points) of the 20,000 level milestone. Stocks are clearly in an uptrend, and at Simply Money we expect higher prices in the months ahead.

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Generated 5 months ago

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  • Don't cash this check

    When it comes to the latest financial scams making the rounds, you have to give the con artists credit – their newest one certainly does not lack for boldness.

  • Stocks rally after Fed stands pat

    Stocks rallied again last week after the Federal Reserve (Fed), our nation’s central bank, voted not to raise interest rates this month. While few expected the Fed to act last week, official statements suggest the path to higher interest rates now looks clearer.

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Generated 6 months ago

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  • Not a Wells Fargo customer? The scandal's still relevant to you

    If you’ve been watching the news, you know Wells Fargo has recently agreed to pay a $185 million fine plus return $5 million in fees wrongly charged to customers. The basis of the settlement stems from the bank’s employees allegedly opening more than two million bank and credit card accounts without the customers’ permission.

  • After summer slumber, volatility is back

    Unpredictability in the stock market picked up last week due to lower oil prices and opinions about the timing of the next rate hike by the Federal Reserve (Fed), our nation’s central bank. This summer has been historically calm for markets, leading markets to trade without big gains or losses.[i]

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Generated 6 months ago

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  • Don't forget this part of your financial plan

    Back in 1687, Isaac Newton published his famous laws of motion in a book called Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy. The third of these laws says that for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.   According to new research on college savings, this law might have more direct relevance to the world of personal finance than previously believed. How so?   We’ve been hearing wi...

  • Stocks drop on interest rates worries

    After trading flat for most of last week, stocks sank on Friday due to concerns of a future interest rate hike by the Federal Reserve (Fed), our nation’s central bank. Surprise comments by a Fed member increased speculation that a rate hike may come this month. [i] When markets are quiet, even rumors can be enough to spark a selloff.

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Generated 6 months ago

Simply Money Advisors

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