Is Social Security Finally Getting Some Help?

January 14, 2021 | posted in: Blog, Employee Education | by

The so-called third rail of politics needs some attention soon, and it’s possible that the new political landscape may allow for that to happen.  Read more here.

Live Long and Prosper

January 13, 2021 | posted in: Blog, Employee Education | by

Planning for retirement is more important than ever because now we’re living longer than ever.  Read more here.

Boomers Are Booming

October 29, 2020 | posted in: Blog, Employee Education | by

If you’re getting close to retirement, but aren’t ready to stop working, you’re not alone.  Older entrepreneurs turn lifelong skills into new careers to service a booming boomer market, instead of retiring.  Read more here.

How Are the Pandemic and Recession Impacting Social Security Benefits?

October 20, 2020 | posted in: Blog, Employee Education | by

The three-legged stool of retirement planning is the idea that Social Security, your personal savings and a pension or employer-sponsored 401(k) should work together to give you a stable retirement. However, none of these is expected to work on its own, even in the best of times. Social Security benefits play an important role in retirement security, and they are being impacted by current events in several ways.  Learn more from Kiplinger.

Don’t Let Confusion About Medicare Ruin Your Retirement

October 8, 2020 | posted in: Blog, Employee Education | by

As you approach your retirement, it’s easy to be befuddled by Medicare. “With different coverage options, confusing enrollment deadlines and disparate cost-sharing among beneficiaries, ending up with faulty assumptions isn’t hard.  However, some mistaken beliefs can be more costly than others,” points out Sarah O’Brien.  Read more.

Think You Can’t Save For Retirement? Think Again!

October 1, 2020 | posted in: Blog, Employee Education | by

Making these small spending and savings changes can help you reach your goal of a better retirement.  Check out these 10 easy suggestions via Richard Quinn.