Six Ways Social Security Will Be Changing In 2020

Every day, 10,000 or so baby boomers are turning 65. Some of you have probably already retired. Many are likely counting the days until they can leave the full-time workforce.  For many of you, Social Security will be a major part of your retirement income.  With that...

How to Retire in 2020

WHEN YOU ARE READY TO retire, there are certain basic things you should do before you leave the comfort and security of your old job. You need to make final adjustments to your financial plan and make important decisions about Social Security and health insurance....

The Difference Between Annuities And Life Insurance

Both annuities and life insurance should be considered in your long-term financial plan. While both include death benefits, you buy life insurance in the event you die too soon and an annuity in case you live too long. In other words, life insurance provides economic...

6 Ways The SECURE Act May Impact Your Retirement

The new Setting Every Community Up For Retirement Enhancement (SECURE) Act, just signed by President Trump, is the broadest piece of retirement legislation passed in 13 years. Ultimately, the law focuses on retirement planning in three key areas: 1) modifying required...

Is A Fixed-Index Annuity Right For You?

Retirement isn’t what it used to be. Today, not only are people working, traveling and living dynamic lives well past the previous generation’s retirement age of 65, but saving for retirement requires a different mindset than your parents may have had. “In the past,...

Recap: What happened to the retirement landscape in 2019?

As 2019 comes to an end, it’s worth taking a moment to reflect back on what took place in the retirement landscape during the past 12 months and how it could affect those preparing for life after work. In recent years, the United States has witnessed a shift from...