Retirement Considerations After A Divorce

2020-06-27

Divorce wrecks a lot of things, and your finances are often one of the biggest. Even worse, the financial impact of divorce isn’t limited to those first few years where you’re trying to live on an individual’s salary after years of sharing expenses. Divorce can also seriously impact your retirement from a numberRead More →

Fiduciary Financial Advisor

2020-06-27

A Real Fiduciary is someone who is legally obligated to give you advice that is in your best interest.  It doesn’t make sense to pay for financial advice when the advice doesn’t have to be in your best interest. Period. A Real Fiduciary is someone who is legally obligated to give youRead More →

Retirement Savings Mentality

2020-06-27

According to the Employee Benefits Research Institute’s (EBRI) 2018 Retirement Confidence Survey, American workers have both a vital—and pressing—need to prepare better for retirement. Nearly 8-in-10 American workers have less than $250,000 set aside for retirement. And 60 percent of American workers have not crunched the numbers on how much they’llRead More →

Retirement-Planning

2020-06-27

Stocks have been the focus over the past couple of months. When you hear about the “market,” they are referring to the stock market. When they discuss that the “futures are up” or the “futures are down,” they are talking about stocks. Everybody wants to talk about stocks, but thereRead More →