1. The 4 Retirement Blunders You Need To Avoid

    Retirement is the culmination of a lifelong journey for most. As Americans, we work and save and sacrifice for a long time with hopes that someday we will have amassed a large enough nest egg that we can retire and live off of our assets. Programs like Social Security and company pensions help some, but most of today’s retirees are forced to save through company savings plans. As these plans hav…Read More

  2. Overcoming Retirement Anxiety and Today’s Most Common Fears

    Retirement. It is a frightening word for many. It is definitely a big decision. Can you afford to retire? Are you ready? Thousands of baby boomers are asking the same question every day as they inch towards the next phase of their lives. As with any big decision, there is always fear of making a mistake. When it comes to living in retirement and the possibility of running out of money someday, the…Read More

  3. The Benefits Of Working With A Financial Planner

    Financial planning is, unfortunately, not always an easy task to undertake. For most of us, money is not something that is particularly easy to come by. For this reason, planning for the future and your end goal of retirement can seem near to impossible. The good news is that by working with a financial planner, you can improve your odds of success. Instead of facing this overwhelming task alone w…Read More

  4. Do You Have a Plan for the Next Market Crash?

    The current S&P 500 bull market run we are in now will grow to be seven years old if it reaches March of 2016.  That would officially make it one of the top three longest bull runs in American stock market history (if it makes it there, of course).  As thousands and thousands of people are rushing into retirement each and every day, the message is simple: "When it comes to the stock market, …Read More

  5. The Magic Bullet of Retirement Income Planning

    Any historian or anyone with a brain with even a small amount of common sense will agree that the 'magic bullet' theory surrounding the assassination of JFK is a bit far-fetched.  You know what I mean:  The bullet that seemed to change over seven different directions in mid-air, after pausing in mid-air for a few seconds and then ending up in perfect condition after supposedly making multiple wo…Read More

  6. The Math of Rebounds

    What is the future of your retirement?  It just might shock you (or maybe not, unfortunately) that the stock market rebound needed to get back to even after a significant loss is much higher than the loss itself, and each of these market losses were all 100% out of our control. These events were due to the actions of others, yet each one greatly affected your investments.   Here is what I mean: …Read More