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Phil Cannella
Phil Cannella is the creator of the Phil Cannella Crash Proof Retirement. Phil Cannella founded First Senior Financial Groupto utilize the Crash Proof System, designed by Phil Cannella himself.
Phil Cannella is the creator of the Phil Cannella Crash Proof Retirement. Phil Cannella founded First Senior Financial Groupto utilize the Crash Proof System, designed by Phil Cannella himself.
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A lot of tax breaks and perks for people who earn over a certain amount have been taken away lately. However, there are still some breaks you can get if you are a six-figure earner. Larger tax deduction for your 401(k). If you’re an employee who is making…

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You may have noticed that branches of many different banks have closed recently. Actually a lot of bank branches have closed. Customers of many different banks have had to start banking solely online rather than trying to find another branch to replace…

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It may not exactly be the fault of the individual, but many Americans today struggle to save up for their retirement. Whether it’s low working wages or high prices in the economy, it’s hard for a lot of people to set aside money for the future when…

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If you haven’t checked your online 401(k) account after the Brexit vote, you probably should consider a status check. Headlines have been all over the news saying that stocks around the world are experiencing sell-off because of the Brexit. The Brexit…

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“Do It Yourself” or DIY retirement planning is probably a phrase you never thought you’d consider.  With traditional pensions declining, individuals are starting to work on planning their retirement by themselves.  Typically, you’re on your own when it…

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You don’t have to be told that Americans today are not saving enough for retirement.  If you haven’t started saving for retirement, here are some quick rules to remember to get you started. Try to save eight times your salary or use the 4% rule.  When…

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Chances are you spent much of your life saving for retirement.  Now that you’re finally retired, it’s normal to want to spend the money that you’ve worked so hard to put in your nest-egg.  Be aware that there are some mistakes that you can make that could…

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Social Security can be confusing to those who want to start receiving payments or just in general.  People tend to believe what others are telling them, which often times leads them to believe things that are not true.  When talking about Social Security,…

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If you did not save enough for retirement, chances are you are not alone. Studies have shown that Americans are not saving enough for retirement. However, if you are living on a smaller budget, there are many places that have a lower cost of living that…

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If you’re getting close to the retirement age of 65, then you’re definitely not alone. Between now and 2030, 10,000 individuals will turn 65 year old- every day! So now it’s time to sign up for Medicare. But Medicare produces many, many questions for a…
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