Financial Services Since 1991

Archive for July 2020

Midyear Outlook 2020

AT THE MIDPOINT of 2020, we’re mindful that it’s been an extremely challenging year so far in the United States and around the globe. We’re in the midst of a pandemic that continues to impact all of us, our communities, and our economies. Together we’re looking ahead for new ways to face these challenges and…

Read More

3 Ways for Women to Achieve Financial Independence

For many women, working toward financial independence is more difficult. Obstacles women face include having a longer life expectancy than men which will require more savings for retirement, spending fewer years in the workforce than their male counterparts, and taking leave more often to deal with family matters. On top of all this, many women still struggle with the…

Read More

Longevity Risk and Retirement Income

How long might you live in retirement? Think carefully. Your answer could influence whether you have enough money for a comfortable retirement or just scrape by. According to pension mortality tables, at least one member of a 65-year-old couple has a 72% chance of living to age 85 and a 45% chance of living to…

Read More

9 Ways To Earn Retirement Income

Retirement income is different than what you’re used during a full-time career. You’ll have a new set of concerns, but you’ll also have a decent amount of freedom to make your money behave the way you want. Here are nine of the most common types of retirement investment income defined. 1. A Job You might…

Read More

8 Steps for Pre-Retirees to Pursue Retirement Income

Sometimes people get caught up in the numbers so much that they forget why they’re saving for retirement. At the beginning of your career, you may not have known what you wanted to do. Now that you’ve officially joined the ranks of pre-retirees — people who are around five or ten years away from retiring[1]— you…

Read More

The April 15th Tax Deadline is Now July 15th

The U.S. Department of the Treasury is delaying the April 15th deadline to file and pay taxes by 90 days, giving individuals and businesses another 3 months to file and then pay the government what they owe. What Should You Do? Putting off paying taxes until right before the deadline is human nature. In fact, according…

Read More