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3 End of Year Steps to Take Right Now

We’re all a bit rushed toward the end of the year, but it’s important to set aside a moment to review your financial decisions at this time. There are three things you should do before December 31, in order to make the…

Good News: You Can Save More for Retirement Next Year

Throughout the years, your exact plans for retirement might change in small ways or even significantly. But one thing we know for sure is that you really can’t save too much for retirement. Luckily, in 2019, the contribution limits for qualified retirement…

Could a Phased Retirement Be Right for You?

When we think about retirement, we often picture ourselves setting a target date and then taking the leap into a new life. However, recent trends show us that there might be another way to retire, and this path can carry some distinct…

Watch Out for This Common Social Security Scam

The phone rings, and you answer it. It’s a representative from Social Security, calling to inform you of possible illegal activity originating from your file. Due to these suspicions, the Administration is suspending your payments, or freezing your bank account. They direct…

How Can Annuity Living Benefits Help You?

Annuities have regained their popularity in recent years, due to their flexibility in providing retirement income. But, also due to that flexibility, there are hundreds of different types of annuities available to you! How do you know you’re choosing a contract that…

What it Really Takes to Retire Early

You might have heard the recent buzz about the FIRE (Financial Independence, Retire Early) movement. These are young to middle-aged people who have dedicated themselves to an early retirement, or are in the planning stages to do so. But what does it…

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5 Things Retirees Need to Know About Income Taxes March 6, 2018
5 Things Retirees Need to Know About Income Taxes

Once you retire, many parts of your life will change. Hopefully, all of these changes are for the better! But we have discovered a few things that tend to take retirees by surprise, particularly with regard to income taxes. So keep these…

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4 Considerations When Shopping for Long Term Care Insurance February 12, 2018
4 Considerations When Shopping for Long Term Care Insurance

A person turning 65 years old today stands about a 70 percent chance of needing long-term care at some point in their lifetime*. Twenty percent of people will need nursing care for longer than five years*. With the cost of nursing homes…

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Watch Out for These Financial Scams February 7, 2018
Watch Out for These Financial Scams

We never want to worry you, but we also want to help you stay informed on financial issues that can impact your life. For that reason, we’re sharing news of a few common scams that are circulating these days. Most con artists…

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5 New Challenges to Retirement January 15, 2018
5 New Challenges to Retirement

Do you remember when your parents or older friends retired? They probably made it look easy, or at least not overly difficult. Hopefully it will go that way for you, too… But because retirees face a very different reality today, we wanted…

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4 Changes Coming to Social Security This Year January 6, 2018
4 Changes Coming to Social Security This Year

For many people, the new year signals a time of fresh starts, resolutions, and reaching for new goals. But it’s also, quite simply, a new fiscal year. January 1 is often the starting point for many changes issued by the federal government,…

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