When constructing a jigsaw puzzle you likely have some sort of strategy. Maybe you start with the frame first or sort the pieces by color. Like starting a puzzle, you don't want to jump into retirement without having a plan.
Financial gaps will happen without a detailed assessment of your retirement plan, and that can keep you from living confidently in retirement. Let's look at the most common ones we see in plans and what we do to help fill those gaps.
All that hard work you’re doing isn’t just to earn and save money. There are bigger reasons for retirement and we want to explore that on this episode. What are you living for? Let’s talk about the common motivations we find people have and discuss how we help them reach those goals.
We work with all types of people and personalities, and the way you view money affects the way need to plan. Let’s look through the different types of financial personalities and describe the characteristics you’ll find with each.
The possibility is out there that new amendments could be made to the SECURE Act, which was originally passed in late 2019 and took effect at the beginning of 2020. What changes might be coming and what do you need to be aware of?
Every generation’s retirement comes with a new set of challenges but today’s retirees have a lot more on their plate than their parents did. Let’s take a look at the biggest retirement challenges facing people today and how planning has changed because of them.
At first glance, each of these statements seem like basic common sense that everyone agrees with. But when we look at the way people actually behave with their money, it seems that common sense is actually a bit uncommon…
Let’s take a look at the world of medicine and see what valuable lessons can be applied to your retirement planning. After all, our goal is to make sure your financial health is on track so you’ll be able to enjoy retirement to its fullest.
Could you retire off a million dollars? Yahoo! released a survey about how long that much money would last in different cities around the country. Let’s discuss the statistics and explain the process for determining how much money you’ll need for retirement.