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No, the Internet is Not Your Best Source of Financial Advice

An increasing number of people are turning to the internet for all sorts of advice. Task Management. Fashion advice. Medical advice. Marriage advice. Here at deRocco Financial Group, we certainly won’t dissuade you from getting some investment trends online, but we strongly recommend that you don’t turn to Google for your final financial decisions. Because …

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Tools for Retirement Planning

Great retirement planning tools from investor.gov A sound retirement plan is necessary to help ensure that you live the life you’ve always dreamed of once you retire. Investor.gov has some great tools to help you with Investment and Retirement Planning…Check out https://www.investor.gov/free-financial-planning-tools Once you’ve played with the numbers, a customized retirement plan crafted by an experienced …

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So What Are Bonds, and Why Should They Be a Part of My Investment Mix?

Bonds are fixed-income instruments where you are the Creditor/Debtholder Bonds are fixed-income instruments that traditionally pay out a fixed interest rate, though variable interest rates are also now common. Bonds represent a loan made by an investor to a borrower and are typically used by companies, municipalities, states, and governments to finance projects or even …

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Mutual Funds – A Bird’s Eye View

How Mutual Funds Can Help You Diversify Your Portfolio How Mutual Funds Can Help You Diversify Your Portfolio What is Mutual Fund? Mutual funds are a financial vehicle that allows you to “pool” your money with other investors, allowing you to “mutually” buy stocks, bonds, and other types of investments…Thus, “Mutual” Funds. Mutual Funds are …

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Planning for Education Expenses: Saving for Your Child’s Future

8 Tips for Education Expense Planning 1. Assessing the Cost of Education: The first step in planning for education expenses is understanding the potential costs involved. Estimate the expenses associated with tuition fees, books, accommodation, and other related costs. This assessment will give you a clear picture of the savings needed to support your child’s …

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Bonds are fixed-income instruments where you are the Creditor/Debtholder

Bonds are fixed-income instruments that traditionally pay out a fixed interest rate, though variable interest rates are also now common. Bonds represent a loan made by an investor to a borrower and are typically used by companies, municipalities, states, and governments to finance projects or even finance their operations. If you are the bond owner, …

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