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Why long-term care insurance can be important

Why Long-term Care Insurance?

Since beginning this blog, I’ve had more than a few requests to address long-term care insurance. So, I think today is as good a day as any to tackle these concerns. Here’s a sampling of the questions I’ve been asked… What exactly does long-term care insurance cover? Do I need it? If so, why do I need […]

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Are you saving enough for retirement

Retirement Plan Checkup – Are You Saving Enough?

I was thinking this morning that I hadn’t yet scheduled my annual physical. Sometimes, when we believe we’re doing a good job at something, like taking care of ourselves, we forget to ask an expert’s opinion. After all, I’ve always been an active person. I love hitting the sand for some beach volleyball, and I […]

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Avoid IRA rollover mistakes

Don’t Wreck Your Rollover – Avoid These Costly Mistakes

Let’s face it… for many planning for a comfortable and secure retirement can feel overwhelming at times. But then again, anything worth doing has never been easy, right? There are literally hundreds of complex regulations governing your retirement accounts alone. It breaks my heart whenever I meet people who believe they did everything right, only […]

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Social Security and Retirement

Will Social Security Be Around When I Retire?

With presidential candidates out stumping their platforms, you’ve probably noticed Social Security back in the news. As the candidates unveil their visions for America, we are learning more about their positions on – among other things – Social Security. So what better time to revisit a question I’m frequently asked: “Will Social Security be around […]

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Simple Strategies for Social Security Survivor Benefits

Late last year, Congress chose to eliminate one of the more advantageous Social Security claiming strategies. Those changes took effect this year. I’m talking about the wildly popular “File and Suspend” strategies which paid spousal and dependent benefits while earning delayed retirement credits. Naturally, I’ve spent a lot of time since these changes advising married […]

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What You Must Know About Retirement: Realities vs. Expectations

I want to share a report published late last year by Transamerica Center for Retirement Studies. The study surveyed persons in the workplace and those already in retirement. Transamerica hoped to learn: Do the realities of retirement differ from retirement expectations of those currently in the workforce? Transamerica’s findings were startling. The study revealed a strong disconnect […]

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