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  • Who Spends the Most Years in Retirement?

    May 10, 2017 While many Americans may dream of an early retirement, men average just 10 years in retirement, while women typically get 16—mostly because men die earlier. That’s still 10 years less than women lucky enough to live in Austria, the #1 country for length of retirement. Source:, OECD, FlowingData (April 7, […]

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  • Nurturing Moneywise Children

    Teach your children to treasure their financial legacy. Parents often emphasize the importance of education to their beloved children. The rewards are obvious. Yet all too many forget to bolster that education with real-world financial information that can be passed along for genera­tions to come. The good news is it’s never too early to share […]

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  • Expect the Unexpected: What to Do If You Become Disabled

    Expect the Unexpected: What to Do If You Become Disabled In a recent survey, 46% of retirees said they retired earlier than planned, and not necessarily because they chose to do so. In fact, many said they had to leave the workforce early because of health issues or a disability.¹ Although you may be healthy […]

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  • Shobe Current News Q3 2017

    New Face at The Shobe Financial Group!    We are thrilled to announce our newest finance intern, William McQueen. William is a senior Finance major at LSU, and is eager to begin gaining experience here at Shobe! Congratulations, William!  

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  • Market Perspectives: Q2 2017 Newsletter

    We have released our 2nd Quarter 2017 Market Perspectives Newsletter, which contains Market Information. You can view it below or click here to view in a new window.  

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  • Your Parent’s Financial Future: What You Can Do NOW

    Have a plan before you need a plan, because by the time you need one, it’s too late. Corey Luckett, CFP® The Shobe Financial Group No matter how young or old your parents are, you want to be preparing to help and, perhaps ultimately, handle their financial future. The up-coming need for managing their financial […]

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