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INVESTMENT ADVISOR CERTIFICATION RENEWED FOR FIDUCIARY EXCELLENCE

PITTSBURGH, August 9th, 2018; CEFEX, the Centre for Fiduciary Excellence, LLC, has renewed the certification of RetireRight Pittsburgh of Pittsburgh, Pa to the standard described in the handbook & Prudent Practices for Investment Advisors; RetireRight Pittsburgh remains part of an elite group of investment advisory firms which are certified in this global program.
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5 Principals That Will Sharpen Your Skills as an Investor

Have you ever embarked on a home improvement project? You are confident you can complete the task, but you are unfamiliar with the details. A “how to” clip is usually available on YouTube, but there isn’t a practical way to reach out with follow-up questions. You need guidance from a caring individual. That is where your local home improvement store comes into play. I have usually had good luck with Home Depot. Not only do the employees know their craft exceeding
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Tax Traps to Avoid in Retirement

“Our new Constitution is now established, and has an appearance that promises permanency; but in this world, nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.”
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5 Steps to Reducing Health Care Costs in Retirement

Health care costs will be the biggest expense for most retirees. It’s not a pleasant prospect, but it is a reality.A 65-year-old couple that left the workforce in 2017 will spend an average of $275,000 to cover medical expenses through retirement, according to the latest retiree health care cost estimate provided by Fidelity Benefits Consulting. That’s a 5.8% increase from the estimate of $260,000 in 2016.We can’t just sweep this under the rug and hope it goes away. Instead, le
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Volatility and the New Reality

Last year, stocks marched higher with only minor pullbacks. When the year ended, the largest peak to trough decline for the S&P 500 Index was just under 3% (St. Louis Federal Reserve data on the S&P 500). It was a year that lacked turbulence and one that rewarded diversified investors.Since the beginning of February, volatility has returned. It's a reminder that periods of relative tranquility don't last forever.In my opinion, it's something that the long-term investor
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