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Your Finances This Election Year: The Argument Against “Moving to Canada”

Elections can make us uneasy. There are so many promises, but so few certainties. And if there’s one thing the stock market doesn’t like, it’s uncertainty. That can lead to shaky times and that’s never fun for our retirement portfolios. A survey from Bankrate released earlier in September found that more than a majority of Americans […]
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