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What Does Buying a House Really Cost? (Pt. 1)

Posted on: September 2, 2016| Posted by: Jon Powell | Budgeting

Deciding to purchase a home is an important, and usually beneficial, step on the road to financial well-being. However, if your reason for home ownership is “I just want to stop wasting money on rent,” then I think it’s important to point out a couple of the aspects of home ownership that you may be […]

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What to Do With Your 401(k) After Changing or Leaving Your Job

Posted on: August 25, 2016| Posted by: Jon Powell | Investment Decisions

Changing jobs or retiring is a very exciting time in anyone’s life. However, when leaving an employer, we leave behind more than just a boss and co-workers. For those of us that have spent at least a few years in a job, it’s common to have a decent balance in our 401(k), 403(b), SEP account, […]

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The Power of Markets

Posted on: February 11, 2015| Posted by: FJ Wealth Management |

We explain how security prices are set—and change—based on the collective knowledge of buyers and sellers. Armed with this information, investors can be more confident about the power of the financial markets.

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How Much Do I Need to Save for Retirement?

Posted on: January 11, 2015| Posted by: FJ Wealth Management |

Investors are concerned about maintaining their standard of living in retirement. A key challenge is determining what percentage of pre-retirement income they may need for their desired retirement lifestyle. Vice President Marlena Lee, PhD, addresses this important question.

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Eugene Fama on Modern Finance

Posted on: January 11, 2015| Posted by: FJ Wealth Management |

University of Chicago Booth Professor Eugene Fama talks about the evolution of modern finance and his origins.

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