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Registered Nurse’s Guide to Retirement

NurseJournal Staff

November 29, 2021 · 6 Min Read

Reviewed by Shrilekha Deshaies, MSN, RN, CCRN


Melissa Ann Cox, a family-oriented financial planner, reminds RNs that "the amount of the benefit is based on a myriad of factors including the employee’s age, years of service, and salary while employed." As a rule, nurses should always include other kinds of investments or sources of income in their retirement planning

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A No-Brainer Planning Tool for Clients Starting a Family

RIA Intel -  David Sterman August 16, 2021


Advisors and clients could use disability insurance for more reasons than they might realize.

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10 pieces of advice financial planners give to new parents who don't know where to start

Business Insider - Ashley Abramson Dec 13, 2019


Becoming a parent comes with a lot of responsibilities, and financial obligations are no exception — from budgeting for everyday needs to forward-thinking about investing in your child's future.

To make sure you stay on track with money while taking care of your little ones, you might want to involve an expert: a financial planner who can look at the big picture of your finances and offer strategies and suggestions for your family.

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PRICE OVER PRESTIGE: WHY SOME STUDENTS ARE NIXING ESTEEMED UNIVERSITIES FOR COMMUNITY COLLEGES

Parentology -Joe Thompson  October 28, 2019


Why Some Students are Nixing Esteemed Universities for Community Colleges.

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