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As a Buckingham client, our insights and resources are constantly at your disposal. But, as a trusted voice in the industry, we also publish our findings and perspectives for your benefit. From articles to podcasts and videos, see our latest below.

  • March 30, 2021

    Semantic Satiation in Investing

    Semantic satiation is a psychological phenomenon in which repetition causes a word or phrase to temporarily lose meaning for the listener, who then perceives the speech as repeated, meaningless sounds.

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  • March 16, 2021

    How Much Will It Cost? The First and Most Important Question to Design Your Financial Future

    You know what the cost will be for nearly everything you spend money on, correct? Furnishing a room or two will cost $5,000. A family getaway this summer will add up to $7,500. Total expenses for your college-bound child’s education will run about $30,000 this coming year. A new car will cost $50,000. That perfect new home can be had for $800,000.

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  • March 06, 2021

    Who Manages Your Money After Death?

    In the simplest situations, after your death, you leave your money outright to your spouse if he or she is living. Then, when your spouse passes, they leave the remaining money to your children. This assumes a straightforward family scenario, perhaps with only one marriage involved. Ideally, everyone is experienced with money management, has happy and stable relationships themselves, and there are no major personal issues to worry about.

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  • March 01, 2021

    Should I Invest When the Market Is High?

    Concerns about market downturns certainly come as no surprise. After all, steep corrections and crashes can be disconcerting for even the most steely and disciplined investors.

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  • February 04, 2021

    How to Reinvent Your Permanent Life Insurance Strategy in Retirement

    Understand what you have with your current permanent life insurance policy in order to make the best use of it in your retirement plan.

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  • February 02, 2021

    The Illusion of a Linear Life—and Financial Plan

    A consistent theme among dynamic rules for determining how much you can safely spend each year in retirement is adaptation, which is why your plan accommodates the surprises and change sure to arise.

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  • February 02, 2021

    The Crazy Stuff We Do With Money—Explained

    Every behavior around money, even those that seem totally illogical to you or others, may actually make perfect sense when we understand the experiences and beliefs underlying it.

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  • February 02, 2021

    Finding a College That Fits Your Budget and Your Child

    From financial aid and the expected family contribution to selection strategies, consider these planning items when looking for schools that best fit your budget and, most importantly, your child.

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  • February 02, 2021

    Stocks, Risk, and Your Roth IRA

    Placing certain investments in your taxable account, traditional IRA, or Roth IRA can tilt the overall amount of risk in your portfolio higher or lower.

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