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GoBankingRates.com: 32 Lessons You Need to Learn from Today's Retirees

“At the very least, a retiree should enter retirement free of credit card debt,” said Gage Kemsley, vice president at Oxford Wealth Advisors in Rio Rancho, N.M...

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Credit.com: 5 Fundamental Financial Planning Tips for Those Just Starting Their Career

It’s never too early to start checking your credit record and there are plenty of free resources to do this, says Gage Kemsley, vice president of Oxford Wealth Advisors in New Mexico...

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U.S. News & World Report: What Should Your Agent Do for You?

Gage Kemsley, vice president of Oxford Wealth Advisors in Rio Rancho, New Mexico, argues that independent agents are the best bet for consumers. "It's important to see the whole world of insurance products out there," he says...

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USA Today: That New Credit Card Will Cost You

So what’s a borrower to do to keep their rate from skyrocketing? Short of keeping a $0 balance, boost your credit score, shop for the best card deals, review your cards annually and ask for a lower rate if you’ve been paying bills on time, says Gage Kemsley of Oxford Wealth Advisors in Rio Rancho, N.M...

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Cheapism: What the New Tax Cuts and Jobs Act Means for Retirees

By and large, most retirees should see a 2 percent to 3 percent decrease on their effective tax rate beginning in 2018, says Gage Kemsley, vice president of Rio Rancho, New Mexico-based Oxford Wealth Advisors...

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U.S. News & World Report: Why Gen X Investors Shouldn't Go It Alone

“Gen X has always been the forgotten middle child,” says Gage Kemsley, vice president at Oxford Wealth Advisors in Rio Rancho, New Mexico, and this generation rarely gets custom-tailored advice...

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U.S. News & World Report: This Mistake Could Shrink Your Retirement Wealth

"Most individuals would rather create their own personal pension and leave remaining assets to their children, grandchildren or charities," says Gage Kemsley, vice president at Oxford Wealth Advisors in Rio Rancho, New Mexico...

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