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How to Apply for Social Security

“The most important consideration is when you should claim your benefits,” says Czajka…

Medium's authority Magazine

5 Things Every CEO Should Know About Navigating The World of Finance with Chuck Czajka

Education – enough is not enough. Continuing to learn is a mainstay of this business. Every day new ideas and products are created to help people succeed…

The Washington Post

How to Set (and Stick to) a Vacation Budget

“While that may be hard in the beginning, like a diet, you have to try to get as close as possible to this goal,” he says…

retire ahead

Hardship Withdrawals

Late last year, the Internal Revenue Service and U.S. Treasury loosened rules regarding hardship withdrawals from 401(k) plans, making it easier to pull money from retirement savings…

the penny hoarder

Lean Into Budgeting to Make Your Money Last in Retirement

You’ve spent decades in the workforce earning a living, your schedule dictated by the demands of the job. All the while, you’ve been steadily adding to your savings…


How to Become a Homeowner in 2020

The homeownership rate has edged up 1 percentage point in the last five years, to 64.8 percent. And there are many renters eager to join the club…

Planadviser Magazine

Retirement Savings Options for the Self-Employed

There are a number of options that retirement plan advisers can suggest to the self-employed and small business owners to help them save for retirement….

u.s. news & World report

Should Tax Reform Change How You Save for Retirement?

THE 2017 TAX CUTS AND Jobs Act was the most sweeping tax reform enacted in decades, and the 2019 SECURE Act made 401(k) changes that affect millions of workers.