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Financial Resolutions for 2019

As 2018 came to a close, many began to think about how they would plan to make 2019 a better year. The practice of making resolutions is one that casts a lot of hope and motivation for the New Year is a chance to start again and think about how you can grow and develop…

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Q4 2018 Harbor Newsletter

Harbor Wealth Management’s most recent newsletter is now available – Harbor Q42018.  Please contact us with any topics you would like to see in future issues.

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Announcing Harbor Wealth Management

It’s here! After months of hard work, we are delighted to officially announce the launch of our newly designed website. Go ahead, go take a look. Did you notice the big change on our homepage? Yes, we modified our name. Instead of Harbor Financial Group, we are now Harbor Wealth Management. We feel that this…

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8th Annual Wreath Event

Always a fun evening!

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Harbor Furry Friends

Meet Callie!

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So You Want to Get Away?

You are not alone! Americans are traveling more than ever.

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The Basics of a 401(k) Retirement Plan

Writing for Investopedia, Mark P. Cussen consulted with several wealth management professionals including Elyse Foster, CFP® of Harbor Wealth Management and found many circumstances to ponder.   Since its inception in 1978, the 401(k) plan has grown to be the most popular type of employer-sponsored retirement plan in America. Millions of workers depend on the money that they have saved…

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Hikes We Like

Lower Calf Creek Falls, Utah

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Q3 2018 Harbor Newsletter

Harbor Wealth Management’s most recent newsletter is now available – Harbor Q32018. Please contact us with any topics you would like to see in future issues.  

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Why Saving 10% Won’t Get You Through Retirement

Writing for Investopedia, Vanessa Page consulted with several wealth management professionals including Elyse Foster, CFP® of Harbor Wealth Management.    Retirement experts and financial planners often tout the 10% rule: In order to have a good retirement, you must save 10% of your income. The truth is unless an individual plans to go abroad after…

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