Monthly Archives: October 2018

Stacie Neussendorfer Thumbnail Photo

In June 1980, Universal Studios released the movie “The Blues Brothers” starring Dan Ackroyd and John Belushi. I wanted to see it in the worst way. However, I was eleven years old and the movie was rated R. It wasn’t until years later that I finally got to see the movie which, if you love music, is full of great songs and musical artists, as well as some good laughs....

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Ross Polking Thumbnail Photo

Riverfront, Midtown, Blackstone, North Omaha, Aksarben, West Maple, West Farm, West Dodge near 192nd, growth is everywhere, and that’s only a fraction of the development around town. There is much to be proud of and excited about here in our community. That same growth and excitement can be found even further to the west of us on the gridiron. The mindset of Husker-nation has taken an up tick in confidence...

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Moklestad Matt Profile Photo

I am a self-proclaimed member of what I like to call the “Van Clan”. No, I’m not part of the adventurous group of people that travel around the world in campervans. My wife and I just have a plain old minivan that we carry our three kids around in. Although not the coolest of vehicles, I’ll admit that it’s extremely practical, and the sliding doors are nice. However, our...

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Caleb Brown

One of the most popular retirement plans is the beloved 401(k). This allows participants of the plan to make pre-tax or Roth contributions during their earning years. Also, employers generally will match contributions up to a certain percentage, giving the employees a major incentive to contribute. As of March 31, 2018, 401(k) plans held an estimated $5.3 trillion1 in assets. The “good old days” of pensions are gone, and it’s up...

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