Retirement Planning Information

Identity Theft and Retirement

16 Aug 2019 -

Pursuit of seniors’ “nest eggs” is one of the fastest growing consumer fraud issues today. Con artists of all types are finding ways to steal the savings of aging retirees.


Taxes Could Ruin Your Retirement

1 Jul 2019 -

When you retire, you leave behind many things—the daily stresses of work, commuting, maybe your old home. What you don't leave behind is a tax bill


The Difficult Truth about Retirement in America

13 Jun 2019 -

Many Americans are woefully unprepared for retirement, with too little savings, unrealistic ideas about when retirement will occur, and no clear plan for paying for healthcare in retirement


Long-Term Care in Retirement

10 Jun 2019 -

Experts say the greatest challenge older American face is planning for and financing long-term care. Most of the 8 million Americans who require long term care are over the age of 65.


How to Get the Most Out of Social Security

5 Jun 2019 -

The  2019 cost-of-living adjustment of 2.8%, a $40-per-month increase on average, will be the biggest adjustment to Social Security payments in the past seven years


Retirement in Florida

24 May 2019 -

Retirement in Florida is in the top five "best places to retire" list, Even though it's not ranked the number one, there are many reasons to choose Florida to spend your golden years.


The Retirement Community Lifestyle

22 May 2019 -

Planning ahead is the key to making your retirement dream a reality. One option that could keep the dream alive is retiring in a community that caters to your every whim


Debts that Could Derail Your Retirement

15 May 2019 -

Heading into your retirement, one should take a look at prioritizing which debts to focus on before you hang up your hat for the last time


Travel and Retiring

13 May 2019 -

Once you have retired, you may want to take some trips and enjoy yourself. Before you do that of course, you have all your finances squared away


A New View of Retirement

15 Apr 2019 -

When you think about retiring, it’s important to start thinking about what you’d like to do with the rest of your life. Instead of 12 years of retirement, you are now looking at a minimum of 28 years of retirement.


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