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Surviving a Layoff: Take Control of Your 401(k)

March 23, 2016 | By Steven DiGregorio

Surviving a Layoff: Take Control of Your 401(k)   Corporate Downsizing Getting laid off is never easy, you’re faced with having to rethink your spending… right away! Think about your essentials first and then what you’ll need in order to get back on track. Eliminating unnecessary spending will help you formulate your game plan and […] READ MORE


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Set Your Financial Goals

March 15, 2016 | By Steven DiGregorio

  Defining your Goals Are you thinking about re-evaluating your financial habits for the New Year?  You’re not alone.  New Year’s resolutions after all are a fancy, delicate way of saying you need to start making changes in your life.  The changes can vary from eating habits to spending habits, but they all have one […] READ MORE


Executive Pay & Fair Compensation

January 21, 2016 | By Steven DiGregorio

In the recent light of corporate governance, board involvement and financial/economic crisises, it is not a wonder why Executive Compensation has become such an area of intense focus. Essentially, every company employs key executives who are critical to the success of the business.  Retaining these skilled, well-trained professionals can be extremely challenging in today’s competitive environment.  A […] READ MORE


Won the Lottery? What to Do Before You Claim the Prize!

November 19, 2015 | By Steven DiGregorio

What should you do if you win the lottery? As someone who has had experience with lottery winners, you should know that there are countless financial, tax, and legal strategies you can take to make the most of your sudden wealth monies. But not so fast! Winning the lottery is a unique sudden wealth event […] READ MORE


4 Social Security Facts You Must Know

October 7, 2015 | By Steven DiGregorio

When it comes to Social Security, far too many retirees and future retirees are in the dark. Not only are most Americans not fully informed about the program, they don’t know how to maximize their benefits. Of course, knowing what Social Security offers and how to get the highest-possible benefits are two different things. There’s a lot […] READ MORE


Very Costly Mistake: Out-of-Date Beneficiary Designations

September 24, 2015 | By Steven DiGregorio

If you have a will, have you looked at in the past couple of years and updated if necessary? That’s important, but don’t assume that it’s enough to ensure that all your wishes are carried out in the event of your demise. It isn’t. What about the beneficiary designations on your qualified retirement accounts, individual […] READ MORE


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