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Imagine fearing life more than death. That’s a reality many Americans face as nearly 50 percent of Americans are afraid of outliving their income or their inability to pay for basic necessitates like healthcare, according to a new survey released by the IALC.
With the recent market volatility, those saving for retirement may be becoming more and more nervous about the stability and security of their retirement savings. While Americans may not have direct control over the stock market, there are things they can control when it comes to saving for retirement, and simple mistakes they can and should avoid.
2015 was a big year for Fixed Indexed Annuities (FIAs). From FIAs having their highest sales to-date to millennials displaying an increasing interest in the product, consumers are seeing FIAs more and more as a product they can fit into a balanced retirement portfolio. Continue reading
As we spend more time with loved ones over the coming weeks, it’s worthwhile to take some time and consider whether the family members and friends who are beginning to prepare for retirement are adequately prepared to step away from their jobs but continue to have financial security.
In honor of National Save for Retirement Week, check out these 7 tips to make planning for retirement easier. Continue reading
When it comes to saving for retirement, starting early is key. And while putting money away can seem like a huge and daunting task, it doesn’t always require major lifestyle changes. If you implement changes slowly and in small ways, you may not even realize how much you’re saving. Continue reading
As educators across the country go back to school for another year, it’s a good time to give some thought to what life should be like for teachers once they’re outside of the classroom and on to retirement. That’s why we created a useful Q&A for teachers who are planning for retirement and how a Fixed Index Annuity (FIA) might be a good product to add to their portfolio. Continue reading
With average life expectancies increasing, it is critical to have a thorough retirement plan that provides for adequate income to last a lifetime. To make sure your income lasts as long as you need it to, here are a few retirement pitfalls to avoid: