Items Tagged with 'retirement'


Are you financially ready to retire?

May 31, 2019
Before deciding to retire, it’s important to ask yourself if you are ready both financially and emotionally. Whether you are ready emotionally can be determined by answering one question: Am I ready to make a lifestyle change that allows me to stop working? Read More

Financial preparation for year-end

December 14, 2018
While it’s hard to believe, 2018 will be over almost as quickly as it began. With the end of the year rapidly approaching, it is not too late to make final decisions regarding 2018 finances. Read More

How do I know who can get me to retirement?

September 30, 2018
There are a myriad of financial advisors with shingles out in every community and choosing the right one can be overwhelming. Read More

Feds going after 401(k) of ex-city manager who stole $1.8M

August 10, 2018
| By AP
Nearly 20 years later, authorities are still trying to collect money from a former city manager in the region who admits stealing $1.8 million. Read More

Make time to revisit retirement plans

July 28, 2017
Summer brings many things — baseball, outdoor barbeques, Fourth of July festivities, vacations and time to spend with family and friends. Read More

Using IRAs to invest in unconventional assets

April 14, 2017
April brings more than showers. Read More

Retirement strategies for the family business owner

September 16, 2016
Which type of business owner are you? Read More

Reflections on the status of social security retirement benefits

September 11, 2015
The recent weeks brought some rollercoaster results with respect to the equity markets. Read More

Managing Social Security — and your lottery jackpot

Should one delay drawing Social Security? Should a lottery jackpot be taken in a lump sum?

March 28, 2014
Americans who make it to age 62 have a major financial decision to make: start drawing Social Security benefits now? Or wait? Read More