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Portfolio rebalancing, how to budget your money, what’s an HSA and who needs one? Preparing for retirement is hard. From personal finance basics to retirement planning and everything in between, we’ve got a few ideas to make life a little simpler. Contact MCF with any questions.

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Carving a Holiday Budget

The holidays are a time for giving, but often people can be a little overgenerous during this time of year and later find themselves in financial trouble. According to a survey by Country Financial 32 percent are feeling the greatest stress around holiday finances.

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Save Early, Aim for Your Goal

Contributing to your employer’s retirement plan as soon as you’re eligible is crucial to meeting your retirement goals. The earlier you start saving, the more time compounding interest has to work on your behalf. Putting off contributions today means increased contributions to reach the same goals tomorrow.

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What’s an HSA and is it Right for You?

Health savings accounts (HSAs) have grown tremendously in popularity over the past few years.1 You’ve probably heard of them or maybe your employer offers one. This memo will uncover answers to common questions you may have about HSAs.

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The 12% Savings Goal

Most people need to save more — often a lot more — to build a nest egg that can meet their needs. Many financial experts recommend putting away 12 to 15 percent of your pay for retirement, starting as early in your career as possible[1]. There’s a relatively painless way to reach that goal.

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