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Marriage and Finances: 5 Things to Discuss Before You Tie the Knot

Disagreements about finances are one of the most common causes of friction in marriage. According to a survey conducted by Citibank, more than half (57 percent) of divorced couples said that financial problems and disagreements were the main reason for their divorce. That’s why many marriage experts recommend that engaged couples spend time talking openly […]

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Investing With a Purpose 

  If you’re like many people Frontier knows, there is at least one social cause that you feel strongly about. It could be environmental sustainability, human rights, drug and alcohol addiction, your religious beliefs, or any of a number of other causes. Did you know that you can invest your money in ways that are […]

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5 Tasks for Your Retirement Checklist

Many people keep checklists for a wide variety of different activities — everything from their daily chores and to-do’s to items they need to take with them on vacation. But have you ever thought about creating a checklist for your retirement? Doing so is especially important if you are nearing the age and date when […]

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How to Avoid a Retirement Savings Shortfall

We often hear the word “trillions” with regard to the national debt, which is now closing in on $20 trillion, according to the US Debt Clock. But an even more alarming trillion-dollar figure might be the worldwide projected retirement savings shortfall. According to a new report released by the World Economic Forum, there will be […]

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How to Catch Up on Your Retirement Savings

Frontier knows that most of us are guilty of procrastination in at least one area of our lives. For example, maybe you keep putting off going to the doctor for that annual physical, or sitting down with your spouse and balancing your checkbook. According to a new report released by the World Economic Forum, many […]

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