Deciding how to take Social Security is one of the most important choices you'll make when you retire. On this episode, we'll break down five common Social Security myths so you can make sure you're making the proper decisions with your financial plan.
If you’re of the age that your mom and dad retired 20 or 30 years ago, the world was a much different place when they walked away from their paychecks. Let’s talk about how things are different now.
At first glance, each of these statements seem like basic common sense that everyone agrees with. But when we look at the way people actually behave with their money, it seems that common sense is actually a bit uncommon.
Sometimes it’s important to really breakdown a financial buzzword. Non-Correlated Income qualifies as a worthy concept to explore and something that every retiree and pre-retiree should understand.
When we talk about comprehensive financial planning, many people tend to focus on the investments and retirement income they should expect. But legacy and estate planning are easy to overlook when putting your plan together. Joe and Mike discuss the elements that make up this type of planning and why you should continually make sure these documents are up to date.
It's no secret that the cost of healthcare only continues to rise each year, but we need to be proactive and plan for these costs. That's why we decided to dedicate an entire episode to explain the common healthcare costs in retirement and why it's crucial to update your important documents like a will, or beneficiary designations.
Every year we are required to file our taxes, but many people overlook tax planning for the future. Joe and Mike talk to us today about the importance of having a tax-efficient plan and some strategies they use in their practice.
Investments make up a large part of our financial lives. It's common to hear the media talk about the status of the S&P 500 and we also might hear out close friends and family talk about how they are invested in the stock market. It's important that you have a well thought out plan for your investments and Joe will discuss what steps you can take to get there.
One of the biggest concerns from retirees and pre-retirees is running out of money. You have saved and put money away during the course of your working career, but now it's time to take money out and many people worry that what they have isn't enough. This issue can be addressed by putting together an income plan. Today, Joe and Mike share their 5 step process with us and what to expect when you sit down with them.