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Your net worth will ‘go crazy’ once you pass this money milestone — even Charlie Munger said you can ‘ease off the gas’ once you get there. Here’s the magic number and how to hit it

By GRA News Blog | March 29, 2024

Discover the millionaire club’s gateway for young Americans through the power of compounding. Learn the pivotal role of the first…

Opinion: Large Social Security COLA increase may spark a debate about the appropriate index

By GRA News Blog | September 15, 2021
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Shifting to CPI-E would involve a lot of pain for not much gain This fall, Social Security is likely to announce a 6% cost-of-living adjustment…

Wednesday Q&A How do I create more sources of income in retirement?

By GRA News Blog | September 15, 2021

How do I create more sources of income in retirement? On this episode of the Ask Gregory Podcast, find out how you can create more…

Wednesday Q&A What are the tax implications when selling a second home?

By GRA News Blog | September 8, 2021

What are the tax implications when selling a second home? On this episode of the Ask Gregory Podcast, Gregory explains whether or not there are…

Wednesday Q&A How does Social Security view an annulled marriage?

By GRA News Blog | September 1, 2021

How does Social Security view an annulled marriage? On this episode of the Ask Gregory Podcast, Gregory helps a caller understand how Social Security views a…

How Couples Can Boost Their Overall Social Security Benefits

By GRA News Blog | August 27, 2021
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Let’s say you’re married and your spouse is younger than you are. When’s the best time to file for and receive the highest-possible benefits? The…

13 Tax Breaks for Homeowners and Home Buyers

By GRA News Blog | August 26, 2021
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Owning (or buying) a home is expensive. But at least there are some tax deductions, credits, and exclusions that can help you recoup some of…

Social Security cost of living adjustment could be largest in nearly 4 decades

By GRA News Blog | August 25, 2021
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2022 COLA could be highest paid since 1983 Social Security beneficiaries might be in for the highest cost of living adjustment (COLA) in nearly four decades,…

Wednesday Q&A How do I handle a check sent out for my Old 401K?

By GRA News Blog | August 25, 2021

How do I handle a check sent out for my Old 401K? In this episode, Gregory helps a caller understand what to do with a 401(k) payout…

The Right Retirement Plan: Do I Choose a Traditional or Roth 401(k)?

By GRA News Blog | August 24, 2021

If your workplace offers a Roth 401(k) retirement savings plan in addition to a traditional 401(k), picking between them comes down to taxes. My friend…

Op-ed: Sometimes it’s just worth paying someone to handle various tasks and chores

By GRA News Blog | August 23, 2021
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KEY POINTS Sometimes it’s worth paying someone to handle certain tasks or chores for you — particularly when they specialize in a service. Rewards can…

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