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Summer is here, and the future is brighter than ever. If you are busy planning, saving and budgeting for a summer vacation, use these tips to make the most out of your summer and get your retirement savings on track. Continue reading
Summer is here and that calls for some down time relaxing with family and friends. Whether you plan on spending your summer days in the sun or binge-watching your favorite television series, developing a summer savings plan will help you enjoy your days now, and stay on track with your retirement plan to make sure you can enjoy more summer days down the road.
Think you know all there is to know about annuities? This Annuity Awareness Month, we’re testing your knowledge and sharing some important facts about Fixed Indexed Annuities and how they can help you ensure a secure retirement. … Continue reading
One common misconception about annuities is that you lose the balance of the annuity if you die. In the case of Fixed Indexed Annuities (FIAs), the money remaining in your annuity can pass to one or more named beneficiaries after your death.
Different generations tend to save in different ways. Continue reading
With graduation season in full swing, it’s an ideal time to consider how to balance preparing for retirement. Continue reading
National Retirement Planning Week took place in April, and the whole month was Financial Capability Month. April was full of encouragement for individuals to move their retirement savings plans forward.
While a whopping 94 percent of Americans currently give themselves a passing grade on retirement, a third of them have confessed to stopping retirement savings at least once, according to a new report from the Indexed Annuity Leadership Council. In … Continue reading
By Jim Poolman This article originally was published on Think Advisor. The National Association of Insurance Commissioner recently gathered insurance commissioners, industry leaders, regulators and consumer representatives together for the NAIC Spring 2017 National Meeting in Denver. Among the attendees at the NAIC meetings … Continue reading
Think you know everything about retirement? These 4 things might have you thinking again. How much you’ll need. 60% of Baby Boomers think they need less than $1 million in retirement —yet, experts estimate that the average American needs at … Continue reading