Numerous studies have shown that Americans’ greatest fear regarding retirement is running out of money. Even so, myths abound about planning for retirement, Social Security, the cost of medical care, and more. Let’s explore the reality behind some of the
What You Need To Know About Possible Health Care Costs In Retirement
When thinking ahead about your retirement, most people start with a strategy designed to help replace a portion of their working life income. Unfortunately, this leaves out the possibility of high medical expenses, which can often increase in costs in old
More People Report Feeling Concern Over Planning for The Future
Do you have a plan for your future? How will you pay for retirement? What will your retirement look like? And do you have funds or plans if you need long term care support? All of these are important questions to answer. Many people put off planning t
Is Your Net Worth on Par with Retirement Peers?
As you budget for retirement and the possibility of long term care, these concerns intersect directly with planning for your estate. Since you’ll have unique needs of your own and goals with your estate planning, it’s a good idea to know what you’re heade
Have You Made a Retirement or Estate Plan with Inflation in Mind?
Inflation can have significant impacts on your ability to save for your own future. Although Americans are generally worried about the rising costs of retirement, some studies show that they are not taking as much action to address them. In fact, a recent
What to Keep in Mind When Planning for Retirement as a Married Couple
There’s a good chance you’ve already had some conversations with your spouse about retirement to get on the same page about what it looks like for you and some of your top concerns. You might have a shared vision of moving somewhere tropical, kicking b
Do You Have the Right Pillars in Your Retirement Plan?
Knowing whether or not your retirement plan is solid enough feels highly subjective but it's important to consider what your own retirement might look like and whether or not you have the right pillars in place. Verify that your retirement structure ha