1. The Reality of Retirement Planning for Millennials

    For those of us in Gen Y the thought of retirement is just that: a thought. So it comes as no surprise that most Millennials aren’t planning or saving for retirement. What’s worse is that according to CNBC 15% of Millennials believe that winning the lottery is a good strategy for saving for retirement and 11% expect the money to be given to them. These statistics are real and terrifying. But t…Read More

  2. There are Over 15,000 Retirement Annuity Plans…Which One Are You Choosing?

    Did you know there are over 15,000 different annuity products and strategies on the market today? That number is simply too high for any one person to sit down and comb through them all, trying to decide which retirement annuity is right for them. That’s why our Topeka team has dedicated itself to reading all of the fine print and finding the annuity that’s right for you, based on your retirem…Read More

  3. Income For Life in Topeka Can Help Make Your Retirement Dreams a Reality

    The plan you make for your retirement will depend largely on what you want your retirement to look like. When the Income for Life team meets with clients in our Topeka office, we want to know: what are your dreams? Here are some of the most common plans people have for their retirement: Traveling. This is by far the most common dream people have for their retirement years. Whether it’s traveling…Read More

  4. How We Make Financial Planning Easier for Topeka Residents

    Financial planning for your retirement  may seem like a luxury for many Topeka residents. After all, when you are struggling to pay your bills every month, the last thing you need is a financial planner telling you to save for retirement, right? Wrong. This is exactly the situation where a financial planner could end up helping you the most. Many people put off saving for their retirement until i…Read More

  5. Retirement Planning in Topeka for Those Who Start Late

    The best way to save for retirement is to start as early as possible. Of course, for many of us, that’s much easier said than done. Retirement planning may take a back seat to unexpected medical expenses, or maybe a market crash wiped out your retirement account and you are starting over. Or maybe you just didn’t worry about it and suddenly retirement is only 20, 15 or even just 10 years down …Read More