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When setting realistic goals you should consider a. life situation. c. insurance needs. b. tax factors. d. estate planning.
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User: When setting realistic goals you should consider a. life situation. c. insurance needs. b. tax factors. d. estate planning.

Weegy: When setting realistic goals you should consider life situation.
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User: When choosing where to invest your savings, you should consider: a. minimum length of investment. c. minimum investment amount. b. safety of the investment. d. all of the above factors.

Weegy: ALL OF THE ABOVE. When choosing where to invest your savings, you should consider: minimum length of investment, minimum investment amount and safety of the investment.
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User: The type of account in which one will not pay taxes on until the money is withdrawn.

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