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Holding Equities for the Long Term: Time Versus Timing

That’s tough for many of us — particularly when stocks do tumble for an extended period. But what does “long term” investing really mean?


Life Insurance Riders that Pay for Long-Term Care

When you’re planning for the future, life insurance and long-term care will usually come to mind.


Four Things Women Need to Know about Social Security

Many women don’t know enough about it. So we’ve put together answers to a few common questions.


IMAGINE a view of the future.

You probably have big dreams for your future. Read on why financial planning is Important.


What's new (and what's not) in 2016

Here are the new tax laws for 2015. Deposit for 2015 up until April 18th: The deadline for maximizing IRA contributions isn’t New Year’s Day. You have through April 18th of this year to contribute toward your 2015 IRA maximum.


Income Tax Key Numbers

All the important tax planning numbers you'll need for 2015 and 2016. Areas covered include Individual income tax planning and marginal tax rates, Investment planning, Education planning, Retirement planning, Business planning, Estate planning, Protection planning and Government benefits.


Our Top Year-End Investment Tips

This is a busy time of year for everyone, and it’s easy to forget about important financial decisions that are best made now. At Horizon Bank, we encourage you to take a little time out to make some strategic choices before December 31.


401 (k) and IRA: Can you do both? YES!

The short answer is “yes.” Changing jobs is common today, and many people end up with more than one type of retirement account. The key is to leverage each account’s benefits and restrictions to maximize your retirement savings. First, know the limits. The 2015 contribution limit for a 401(k) is $18,000, or $24,000 if you’re 50 and over. You may deposit $5,500 in combined Roth or traditional IRAs for 2015, or $6,500 if you’re 50 and over.


Roth IRAs Offer Tax-Free Money in Retirement

For many people, the advantages of a Roth IRA make it the best choice for retirement savings. Depending on your eligibility, income and other factors, it could be the ideal retirement account for you.​

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