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So You’re Turning 70…

If you’re turning age 70 this year, you have a lot of company. You will be joining 2.5 million Baby Boomers, including Elton John, Glenn

Millennials: On Investing And Retirement

Move over Baby Boomers. These days all eyes are on Millennials, those young adults between the ages of 18 and 34 who are now America’s

How To Survive Retirement

For our parents, retirement may have been less of a challenge than it is today. People didn’t live as long as they do now, and

No Fiduciary Rule to Protect Consumers

This was the month that the Department of Labor’s “Fiduciary Rule” was supposed to be implemented. It was intended to require all financial advisers who

How Not To Defeat Your Own Retirement Plan

Unlike previous generations of people who were planning for retirement, this time around very few have the benefit of guaranteed lifetime income from pensions. We

Medicare Mistakes to Avoid

Over the next few decades, there will be one American turning 65 every 10 seconds, according to AARP. This means that a record number of

The Trump Rally Revisited

The Labor Department had some good news for February — 235,000 new jobs, and unemployment down to 4.7%. This caps a nearly 8-year bull rally

To Diversify Wealth, Think Outside the Business

Small business owners face a unique, but critical investing challenge: diversifying investment holdings outside of the business.  For business owners, diversifying your sources of wealth

Retirement Tax Breaks You Don’t Want to Miss

Some federal tax laws adjust to offer varying benefits or tax breaks at different age brackets.  This can present opportunities to save or alternatively, create

So You’re Turning 70…

If you’re turning age 70 this year, you have a lot of company. You will be joining 2.5 million Baby Boomers, including Elton John, Glenn

Millennials: On Investing And Retirement

Move over Baby Boomers. These days all eyes are on Millennials, those young adults between the ages of 18 and 34 who are now America’s

How To Survive Retirement

For our parents, retirement may have been less of a challenge than it is today. People didn’t live as long as they do now, and

No Fiduciary Rule to Protect Consumers

This was the month that the Department of Labor’s “Fiduciary Rule” was supposed to be implemented. It was intended to require all financial advisers who

How Not To Defeat Your Own Retirement Plan

Unlike previous generations of people who were planning for retirement, this time around very few have the benefit of guaranteed lifetime income from pensions. We

Medicare Mistakes to Avoid

Over the next few decades, there will be one American turning 65 every 10 seconds, according to AARP. This means that a record number of

The Trump Rally Revisited

The Labor Department had some good news for February — 235,000 new jobs, and unemployment down to 4.7%. This caps a nearly 8-year bull rally

To Diversify Wealth, Think Outside the Business

Small business owners face a unique, but critical investing challenge: diversifying investment holdings outside of the business.  For business owners, diversifying your sources of wealth

Retirement Tax Breaks You Don’t Want to Miss

Some federal tax laws adjust to offer varying benefits or tax breaks at different age brackets.  This can present opportunities to save or alternatively, create