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While the stock market continues to perform well, everyone remembers the down turn in 2008. In order to protect yourself and your finances from these market swings, it’s important to take steps towards balancing your portfolio. As a long-term saving … Continue reading
The retirement crisis has become a topic of conversation in the United States, and while its actualization is still widely debated, there is no doubt Americans need to take additional steps in order to ensure a financially stable retirement – … Continue reading
Knowing how much and where to save your money is essential to leading a financially secure life. However, wrapping your head around the multitude of retirement options available can be stressful. Consider talking to a financial professional with the right … Continue reading
There’s no better time than today to develop your retirement plan and consider options that may be suitable for your future. Fixed indexed annuities (FIAs) can offer lifetime income and provide peace of mind when looking for ways to protect … Continue reading
In order to guarantee a secure and relaxing retirement, staying informed and educated is crucial—and it is not as intimidating as people think. Here are 3 (simple) ways to start saving for retirement:
The world continues to watch closely as the consequences of Brexit—Britain’s recent decision to separate from the European Union—unfolds. Financial markets in the United Kingdom (U.K.) are beginning to feel the impact of the decision, and many experts believe the country’s economy will likely experience a recession.
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.
In the past, some consumers looked at Fixed Indexed Annuities, or FIAs, as “overcomplicated products,” that over-promised and under-delivered. That’s no longer the case. Even with today’s volatile market, these products have performed extremely well over the past 15 years. After raising the overnight rate this past December, Janet Yellen and the U.S. Federal Reserve kept rates stagnant in the first quarter of 2016, with global economic uncertainty as the main reason. If the Fed is unclear of the economy’s future, how can you make clear financial predications?
On April 20th, the IALC hosted a panel event in DC, “Weathering the Storm: Navigating Volatile Markets,” aimed at facilitating discussion about savings and financial strategies in today’s unpredictable economy.
While it can be tempting to simply pay off your college debt and skip saving for a retirement several decades away, prioritizing paying off college loans can end up hurting you in the long run. Continue reading