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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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  • Evaluating Your Medicare Options – Shobe Insights: Q3 2016

    As Told By Edward Shobe, CFP®, CLU®: My wife and I originally had a Medicare Advantage plan, which we purchased after meeting with an insurance consultant. This plan was wonderful until we discovered there was no coverage when I was referred to a doctor outside of my network. We learned that my original plan was not […]

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  • To have and to hold, again: when getting remarried, financial planning may be more important than wedding planning

    For a variety of reasons, second (or third) marriages are becoming the norm. With them come blended families with ex-spouses, stepkids, half siblings and a whole new financial picture. We’re not discounting the power of love, but if you’re contemplating getting married again, there are questions you need to ask – and answer – to […]

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  • Market Perspectives: Q3 2016

    We have released our 3rd Quarter 2016 Market Perspectives Newsletter, which contains Market Information. You can view it below or click here to view in a new window. Market Perspectives Newsletter Q3 2016 Like this article? Tell us why on Facebook! Want more helpful articles? Check out the Resources section!

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  • Thriving in Retirement

    THINGS TO CONSIDER These days life after work has been completely redefined as Americans are leading longer, healthier and more active lives. It’s far removed from your parents’ retirement. You’re less likely to spend your days in a rocking chair and more likely to find yourself on a paddleboard, working or learning a new hobby. […]

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  • 20 Financial Things Couples Should Know

    It seems inconceivable, but more than 40% of couples recently unveiled that they don’t know how much their partner earns. And 1 in 10 couldn’t guess within a $25,000 margin of error. Think about that. These couples, who share their lives together, have no idea what their total household income is. Yet, the majority of those […]

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