How to Boost Your Retirement Savings in 2018

How to Boost Your Retirement Savings in 2018

Worried that you’re behind on your retirement savings? You’re not alone. According to a study from Gallup, more than half of Americans are worried that they won’t have enough money to fund their retirement. In fact, Gallup has conducted a study on Americans’ top...
Do You Want to Leave Assets to Charity?

Do You Want to Leave Assets to Charity?

Are you in the process of developing your legacy plan? Do you want to leave assets to a favorite charity? While you may wish to leave a substantial portion of your estate to loved ones, it’s common for individuals to also include charities among their heirs. The...
How Will You Pay for Long-Term Care?

How Will You Pay for Long-Term Care?

Men will need care for an average of 2.2 years, while women will need it for an average of 3.7 years.2 As you might imagine, long-term care, whether provided in the home or in a facility, can be expensive, especially if it’s provided over several years. It may not be...
3 Common Questions About Living Trusts

3 Common Questions About Living Trusts

For many, the estate planning process starts with the creation of a will. Your will is the most basic element of your estate plan. It provides guidance on who should inherit your estate and who should take over as guardian of your minor children. Without a will, your...
Manage RMD Tax Liability With These 3 Tips

Manage RMD Tax Liability With These 3 Tips

Have you used a traditional IRA to save for retirement? If so, you’re not alone. Traditional IRAs are among the most popular retirement savings vehicles. Much of their popularity is due to their unique tax treatment. You can deduct your IRA contributions, and all...
Who Needs Life Insurance?

Who Needs Life Insurance?

Wondering whether you need life insurance? According to a recent study from LIMRA, it’s very possible that you don’t have enough protection. The study found that 30 percent of American households have no insurance and that 48 percent of households have a coverage gap...

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