Monthly Archives: May 2017

No Excuses: It’s Time to Establish a Small Business Retirement Plan

If you own a small business, then you’re used to “grabbing the bull by the horns” and getting things done yourself. This typically includes launching new products and markets, hiring new employees and setting a strategic vision and course for the company. But there’s one important thing that many small business owners fail to do: […]

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Watch Out for IRS Phone Scams

We recently published a blog about how scammers have been perpetrating a new type of fraud in which they file forged tax returns in an effort to collect fraudulent tax refunds. Now that the April 18 tax-filing deadline has passed, scammers are turning to another type of fraud to try to steal money from unsuspecting […]

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Four Retirement Savings Steps for Millennials

Saving for retirement isn’t high on the priority list for some Millennials. After all, there are lots of other financial obligations you probably have to worry about right now — things like repaying college loans, buying a car and paying for car insurance, and saving for a down payment on a first home. But if […]

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What Is Your Level of Investing Risk Tolerance?

What Is Your Level of Investing Risk Tolerance? The risk vs. reward equation applies to many things in life. The more risk you’re willing to assume, the higher your possible reward — and your potential loss. Frontier knows that gauging risk vs. reward is critical to formulating your investing strategy. It starts with determining your […]

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What’s the Difference Between ETFs and Mutual Funds?

When investing in stocks and bonds, you have two main options: You can buy the shares of individual companies or individual bond issuers, or you can purchase stocks and bonds through mutual funds or exchange traded funds (ETFs). Based on Frontier’s findings, many investors opt for mutual funds or ETFs. These provide a high degree […]

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