1. This Is Why You Never Assume

      We often see people making certain assumptions about retirement that just aren’t correct. Matt and Nick explore some common assumptions that they see in their office. Get Access To The IFL Manual Vault Click here to listen to more episodes. If you have any questions, give us a call at 888-228-8814. And don't forget to subscribe to the show on your favorite app. Just click on one of the li…Read More

  2. Trust Your Gut

      Many people in the financial world complicated the retirement process by throwing out buzzwords and explaining things in a complex way. But retirement shouldn't be this difficult, and it should incorporate some common sense. Matt and Nick talk about trusting your gut on the show today and some tips on how to do it. Along the lines of common sense, the guys also discuss an article that discu…Read More

  3. What To Know About Your Social Security Benefits

    One of the most common areas that pre-retirees and retirees have surrounds their Social Security benefits. For most people, they understand that they are entitled to some sort of a benefit, and they are estimating that based on years of receiving a ‘statement of benefits’ from the Social Security Administration. However, as you know, the program is much more complex. Common questions involve W…Read More

  4. Underestimating What You Need In Retirement

    As thousands of baby boomers rush into the retirement system each and every day, planning for the retirement you hoped for can be a tough task. After all, people have worked a lifetime in most cases to accumulate what they have – and ever before, until now, have they had to attempt to develop a plan that will help them spend some of their savings. Common questions revolve around whether or not y…Read More

  5. The CD Buyer’s Guide to Safe or Safer Alternatives

    As you already know, CD interest rates are still in the gutter. It has been almost ten years since CD’s were a viable growth option for your money. I know that many have held on in hopes that rates will come back. Unfortunately, if you have a CD that comes due this year or you recently had a CD renew, you know that rates are even worse than they were just a few short years ago. So, if you are lo…Read More