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Steiner & Granger: Can you get to a million dollars?

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jgranger@sagepointadvisor.com

Often in life, you have investment goals that you hope to reach. Say, for example, you have determined that you would like to have $1 million in your investment portfolio by the time you retire. But will you be able to get to a million dollars?

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Steiner & Granger: Medicare open enrollment period starts sooner and ends earlier

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jgranger@sagepointadvisor.com

What is the Medicare open enrollment period?

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Steiner & Granger: Holding steady in the face of market volatility

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jgranger@sagepointadvisor.com

Anyone who has even a passing interest in financial news and the investment world knows that we are in a period of unusual events and uncertainty. Although some recent developments are unprecedented, and the headlines can be alarming, history counsels against overreacting. It's important to approach the tumult in the financial markets with an eye toward the practical and not the emotional.

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Steiner & Granger: Life insurance policy loans - tax and other implications

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jgrander@sagepointadvisor.com

As the owner of a life insurance policy, you can generally borrow the policy's cash surrender value and use the proceeds for any purpose. Before you take a policy loan, be sure you understand the implications of the loan on the policy itself as well as any tax implications, now and in the future.

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Crisis investing: Keeping your head

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jgrander@sagepointadvisor.com

Crisis investing: Keeping your head

When a crisis creates uncertainty, markets often become volatile, especially when the scope of the disaster isn't clear. A crisis is like Janus, the Roman god with faces that looked forward and back.

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