What to do with an Old 401k or IRA Account? What happens if you have an old 401k or IRA account from a previous employer? Most Financial Advisors will give you four options: First, just leave your account where it is. This is what most people do when the balance is above $5,000. Is this... Continue Reading →
The Government is changing the 401k, 457, 403b, and other retirement programs. So, it will affect you! The changes may sound good by the way they spin the words. But are they? The key changes are in: how the tax deductions will work. Many people, not just the wealthy; those average middle-class workers could be... Continue Reading →
There are three common problems that retirees will face, that worry them and those who will retire. This is all about having enough retirement savings. Concern one. Will I have enough money? This is about growing and protecting our money without the risk of losing any of it. As we saw in 1987, 2000, 2008,... Continue Reading →
Are Annuities Bad for Retirement? There is a common objection about Annuities; I would like to clear up. It goes like this: “Annuities are terrible because when you die, the insurance company will stop the payments and they will keep the rest of your money.” Is this true or false? Many securities people do not... Continue Reading →
In my career, I have been licensed and employed at both, and there are many similarities. Such as helping people with their retirement, investing, financial planning, money management and so forth. However, there is a key difference in what is called “captivity,” as well as how we engage a client and how we make our... Continue Reading →
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Did your 401K become a 100.25k? Tough day for your IRA and other retirement accounts? None of my clients lost a penny. Yet, I feel your pain; I had it rough in 1987 and 2008. My clients at the big bank had huge losses, some lost it all. My personal portfolio with the big Wall... Continue Reading →
“Without counsel plans fail, but with many advisers they succeed.” Proverbs 15:22 I am a Financial Planner, so yes, I will persuade you why you should have a strategy to handle your finances and prepare for retirement. I will also tell you why it is essential to have a good insurance policy for your family... Continue Reading →
Here are the top proven effective ways to get your financial house in order now and through your retirement. First, Pay off your Debt. Consumer debt like credit cards and car loans will literally eat you out of house and home. You will not be able to properly grow your future or take care... Continue Reading →