Retirement Planning Information

How Life Insurance Could Help Your Retirement

7 Aug 2017 - A successful retirement is all about making sure you have enough savings to pay your bills and still be able to enjoy a comfortable lifestyle. If structured the right way, a life insurance policy could be the perfect life preserver in retirement.

Is it Possible to Retire Wealthy?

14 Jun 2017 - The idea of retiring a wealthy person is certainly an attractive idea. But how realistic is it?

Long-Term Care and Retirement

25 Apr 2017 - Many Americans are under prepared for retirement. Nearly half of families have no retirement account savings at all. Have you considered what you would do if you were hit with an additional half million dollars in health care costs?

Financial Literacy for Retirement

20 Apr 2017 - Studies have found that Americans in their retirement years gradually lose the ability to manage their money. In other words, the ability to answer basic financial literacy questions wanes as age increases.

Retirement Planning for Entrepreneurs

20 Mar 2017 - Most of the time entrepreneurs are caught up with the stresses and details of running a small business and sometimes do not have the time or resources to plan for their own financial future.

Retirement for Couples

10 Mar 2017 - Couples usually approach their golden years as a team, but not always when it comes to planning. Only about one third of couples have even discussed their retirement plans.

Tips to Retire Wealthy

7 Mar 2017 - A lot of us sit back and wish for the day that we can retire a millionaire and yet so few of us have a strategic plan to do so. In fact as many as half of all households with Americans 55 and older have no retirement savings at all.

Retirement Costs and Savings for Boomers

16 Sep 2016 - Retirement should be time of relaxation and reflection, not panic. For many people, the realities of what it takes to retire have snuck up on them.

Retirement and Long Term Care

2 Aug 2016 - Nearly 70% of Americans 65 and older need long-term care at some point, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

The Retirement Spending Smile

22 Jun 2016 - Most people assume that once you retire, your spending pattern will be the same year-to-year. Research has shown that this, in fact, is not the case. Two studies came to the same conclusion. We spend more at the beginning of retirement and again towards the end. The graph of a retiree is spending pattern looks like a big smile.

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