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!
Where do you set aside the money you’re saving for retirement? You likely save for retirement primarily through an employer’s retirement plan. Unfortunately, less than one-half of private sector employers sponsor retirement plans. In part, that may be because of a misconception among smaller employers that think sponsoring a retirement plan is too expensive.The fact is there are workplace retirement plans developed specifically for smaller employers.
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.
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.