Archive for March, 2015

401(k) Plans and Your Retirement

401(k) Plans and Your Retirement

Any sensible retirement planning strategy starts with a target number. This number is how much you need to have saved for living comfortably and independently throughout your retirement. A good rule of thumb is to take your current living expenses and multiply that by 400. That’s how much you’d need to have to sustain yourself […]

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Posted in: Financial Planning, Personal Finances, Savings

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The Advantages of Home Equity Loans – Nerd Wallet Guest Blog

If you’re coming up short on funds for extensive home improvements, debt consolidation or major life events, you might consider looking to your home for help. A home equity loan is a secured loan with your home as the collateral. It’s also known as a “second mortgage.” As long as you keep up with the […]

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Posted in: Debt, Financial Advice, Home Equity Loans, Home Improvement, renovations

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Refund Expectation Management: 3 Reasons Your Refund Might Not Be As Big As You’re Expecting

Refund Expectation Management: 3 Reasons Your Refund Might Not Be As Big As You’re Expecting

Everyone tells you not to plan on having a tax refund. If you’re living paycheck-to-paycheck, though, you know where every dollar is going. You might be counting on that money to give you the breathing space you need. Even if you’re a little further ahead than that, you may still have made plans for your […]

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2014 Annual Report

2014 Annual Report

The success that AERO continues to enjoy comes directly from you, our loyal members. On behalf of the Board of Directors, Supervisory Committee and the employees of AERO, I’d like to express our deep appreciation for your ongoing commitment and patronage. In today’s hyper-competitive environment, we know that you have many options for meeting your […]

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Early retirement costs you might have missed and how to save for them

Retiring early is the dream. You get to spend more time with your family and enjoy your hobbies while you’re healthy enough to do so. You can say goodbye to the workaday world and begin your permanent vacation. Maybe it’s less of a dream and more of a necessity. Maybe health problems like chronic pain […]

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Posted in: Financial Advice, Personal Finances, Retirement

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Remodeling? How to find a good contractor

If you’re hiring a contractor for your home improvement project this summer, these 10 tips can help ensure that your contractor measures up. 1. Hire only licensed contractors. 2. Check the contractor’s license number through your state’s contractor licensing board. 3. Get at least three bids. 4. Get at least three references for the contractor […]

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Posted in: Blog, Home Equity Loans, Home Improvement, renovations

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Talking To Your Kids About Taxes: How Much Should You Share?

Talking To Your Kids About Taxes: How Much Should You Share?

Your taxes are a major family expense, and at some point, your children will come asking questions about them. What should and shouldn’t you share? Two of the main factors to consider are age and maturity level. You know your own child better than anyone else, and making the decision to discuss your taxes is […]

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Posted in: Children, Financial Education, Taxes, Teenagers

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Top 7 home improvements you can do yourself with a little help from AERO

Stop and take a look around your house. Are you delighted with everything in it? This is where you spend a good portion of your day, and where you and your family build happy memories. There’s no reason why it should be anything less than your dream home. It can be expensive to hire a […]

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How To Choose A Tax Preparer (And Why You Might Need To)

How To Choose A Tax Preparer (And Why You Might Need To)

After the confetti has been swept up on New Year’s Day, another festival requiring reams and reams of paper begins. That’s right, it’s tax time. As you’re gathering your pay stubs and receipts in preparation for your annual headache, it might be worth considering whether you need professional help this year. A few things have […]

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