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Did you know gambling winnings are subject to both federal and state tax? Here's the 4-1-1 on the types of gambling winnings and the taxes that apply to each.

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Parents have the power to build or destroy their children's financial futures. Proper legacy planning can make the difference to your child's future success.

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After an historically calm 2017 where progressively better and better news on the economic front led to surging global stock markets, January 2018 witnessed a massive blow-off rally in stocks. However, February saw equity prices give back all of January’s gains. Read the market recap here.

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McKinley Carter advisors pride themselves on a relationship-driven approach to their advisory work — one that engages the client as an active partner, and one where the advisor serves as a trusted fiduciary, confidante, and friend.

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Retirement Planning should be a life-long mission. Here is some valuable retirement saving advice targeted to three audiences: (1) young people (in 20s and 30s) just starting their careers; (2) more mature, mid-career professionals; and (3) those closer to retirement (late 50s to early 70s).

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If you're going through divorce, here's how to define yourself as a strong, independent single woman using a financial action plan of saving and budgeting.

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Whether you are a sole proprietor or in business with partners, it’s critical to have a succession plan. Learn more about setting up a successful plan.

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Working as trusted fiduciaries, we are just as invested in our clients’ dreams, fears, and challenges as they are. It’s our job to understand their situation and guide them through the retirement savings plan process...so we can give them the news they want to hear, 'Yes, you can retire!'

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It's often difficult to think about. But here's how pre-planning for an aging parent's care will help you avoid much emotional, physical, and financial stress.

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Succession planning doesn’t have to be a nightmare for nonprofit board members. Here are a few proactive steps to help you prepare for leadership change.

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