If you already own a Long Term Care policy or are thinking about getting one... you will want to watch this webinar. If you are concerned about future financial expenses for yourself or a family member... you will want to watch!
It’s a good idea to have a will so any assets left behind go to the people or organizations you choose – and not to legal fees, taxes, and heirs chosen by a probate judge. Take control of your future and make a plan. Read this week's blog to learn how working with a professional advisor can help you with the process of creating your will.
According to a study, employees who exercise regularly (that means at least three hours each week) earn nine percent more, on average, than employees who don’t.
While a retirement shortfall isn’t news, few people recognize it does not affect everyone equally. Women are 80% more likely than men to be impoverished early in retirement, reported the National Institute on Retirement Security. We call this Bag Lady Syndrome and there are 5 actionable steps women can take to avoid experiencing a retirement savings shortfall.
If thinking about retirement makes you a bit queasy, it’s likely you haven’t prepared as well as you should. The good news is developing and implementing a retirement plan is fairly straightforward. Here are a few steps that can help boost retirement confidence.