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July 2020

3 Things to Know About Covering Healthcare Costs In Retirement

2020-07-07T12:49:34-06:00

Consider that the average 65-year-old couple retiring today will need an estimated $363,946 to cover their healthcare costs in retirement, and this does not include long-term care costs.[1] Many people [...]

3 Things to Know About Covering Healthcare Costs In Retirement2020-07-07T12:49:34-06:00

June 2020

May 2020

Should You Claim Social Security Early Due to Financial Hardship?

2020-05-10T21:55:42-06:00

If your financial or employment situation has changed due to coronavirus, you may be rethinking your Social Security claiming strategy. While you can claim Social Security benefits as early as [...]

Should You Claim Social Security Early Due to Financial Hardship?2020-05-10T21:55:42-06:00

How The Coronavirus Shutdown Could Affect You in the Long-Term

2020-05-04T08:30:28-06:00

Recent events have everyone wondering when a sense of normalcy will return. But the answer isn’t as simple as hoping for a date when stay-at-home orders will be lifted. No [...]

How The Coronavirus Shutdown Could Affect You in the Long-Term2020-05-04T08:30:28-06:00

April 2020

A Guide to the CARES Act for Americans Age 50 and Over

2020-04-19T20:39:40-06:00

President Trump signed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act into law to help Americans combat the economic effects of the coronavirus. It includes potential tax breaks, checks [...]

A Guide to the CARES Act for Americans Age 50 and Over2020-04-19T20:39:40-06:00

3 Unprecedented Measures During the Coronavirus Pandemic

2020-04-05T12:10:56-06:00

We're living in unprecedented times, and the government is taking unusual steps to mitigate the economic damage done by the coronavirus. Strict measures are in place, like canceling events of [...]

3 Unprecedented Measures During the Coronavirus Pandemic2020-04-05T12:10:56-06:00

January 2020

New Year, New Law: What’s in the Secure Act?

2020-01-05T13:02:18-07:00

Donald Trump ended 2019 by signing a 2020 spending bill that includes the Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement (SECURE) Act. It’s the biggest piece of retirement legislation to [...]

New Year, New Law: What’s in the Secure Act?2020-01-05T13:02:18-07:00

December 2019

3 Tips for Financial Health for the New Year

2019-12-23T14:29:53-07:00

A recent Northwestern Mutual survey found that 41% of Americans are stressed about retirement planning, and 46% worry about outliving their savings.[1] And with 62% of Americans stressed about money [...]

3 Tips for Financial Health for the New Year2019-12-23T14:29:53-07:00
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