3 Tips Help You Get Started Planning Your Estate

Posted on: 4 May 2017

Planning for your future is not always a fun task. Not only will you need to worry about your family's emotional well-being, but you must also protect their financial future. This will require purchasing various policies and determining who will be your beneficiaries, but you will also need to ensure your assets are fully protected. Although difficult to discuss, estate planning should occur before something happens to you. With these tips, you will have the tools to start planning your estate. [Read More]

Catching Up: 3 Retirement Strategies For Those With A Late Start

Posted on: 25 April 2017

Nowadays, 50% of Americans retire between the ages of 61 and 65. To achieve this, most Americans have retirement plans in place that will ensure that they will still be financially afloat even after they decide to quit the workforce. If you haven't put much thought into retirement until now, you might feel that you're behind on the game. This article looks at 3 retirement strategies that are perfect for those who have a late start. [Read More]

3 Tips To Help You Save Up To Buy A House

Posted on: 24 April 2017

If you recently got married and are hoping to buy a house in the next year or two, you might want to seek help from a financial planner to find ways to save more money. Buying a house will require having a down payment, but saving money is not always easy to do. If you need help creating a plan to save money for this purpose, a visit to a financial planner can make a difference. [Read More]

Understanding Annuities: Fixed Vs. Variable

Posted on: 3 December 2015

Annuities provide another investment option for your retirement plan and can be a useful product to take advantage of that offers benefits not found in IRA's or traditional brokerage accounts. They can be a confusing product to understand so it is always a good idea to consult the advice of a financial advisor before making any decisions about your retirement plan. An annuity is a life insurance product that allows you (the annuitant) to receive a guaranteed stream of income during your retirement years by paying into the annuity with either regular payments or larger investments, which can be contributed at the investors choosing. [Read More]