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Retirement income plans are not just for the wealthy. As you near retirement, you need a plan designed to weather any type of market or economic environment that may lie ahead.
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We utilize a systematic rules-based approach and hedged equity strategies to maximize returns and minimize losses in all market environments.
We design income plans that incorporate insurance and investment vehicles to create opportunities for long-term growth and guaranteed income throughout your retirement.
When planning for retirement, it’s essential to consider multiple sources of income. Social Security may not be as beneficial as expected, particularly after taxes. Outside of pouring money into savings, pre-retirees should look into options for non-taxable income well before the time comes to call it quits.
Here are four ways to start building towards a tax-free future in retirement.
In order to help you choose the best options for you, we have put together information on the pros and cons of some of the most popular, “tried and true” retirement investment strategies and highlighted their effectiveness in today’s life changing times. Here are three ways that can help!
The EBRI’s 2015 Retirement Confidence Survey reveals confidence about having enough money for retirement has increased steadily after reaching record lows between 2009 and 2013, but today’s numbers reveal that less than half of working America is still unsettled or even anxious about their financial future.
To many, the biggest obstacle is obtaining accurate advice about the options, risks, and benefits of retirement savings, but that is just one of the problems facing retirees today. There are 5 other major struggles.
However, a recent GoBankingRates survey reveals that 23% of Americans have less than $10,000 saved for retirement and one-third of Americans report that they have no retirement savings at all. This means more than half of Americans have barely saved anything for retirement. So how confident are today’s retirees about their financial future? Here’s a closer look:
A new study from Merrill Lynch and the Age Wave research firm proposes that Baby Boomers may be the most giving generation by an estimated $8 trillion
People over 40 have the misconception that it’s too late for them to start saving for retirement. While having only 15+ years left to save a nest egg seems daunting, there are some accelerated retirement tactics that can help you earn as much money as quickly as possible.
Those most successful at putting money away—whether through savings, investments, or retirement structures—most likely have at least one thing in common: They give regular attention to the picture of their finances and how they are managing them. Much like your physical health, your financial health is dependent upon taking a proactive, rather than a reactive, approach to its maintenance.
The great thing about investing and financial management these days is that there is so much information available to investors. This makes it easier for financially savvy individuals to make big strides financially, but it also opens up the potential for a very large amount of misinformation to be passed along as well.
Whether you already have an advisor you trust, or are looking for one, these 5 must-ask questions will help you build a partnership with your advisor and maintain a positive relationship throughout.