Category Archives: Retirement

Pensions: Lump Sums or Timed Payouts?

If you are one of the lucky few who will receive a pension from your employer when you retire, the options can sometimes feel overwhelming. These options may include taking […]

‘Women and Wealth’ Study

Although early legacy planning is imperative to all, it is becoming increasingly evident that women, in particular, need to get more involved in long-term financial and estate decisions early on. […]

The Added Value of Working with an Advisor

You may have seen the news that the financial services industry is experiencing a trend towards index funds–passive fund management options in which the holdings of a portfolio mirror the […]

How Many Millenials Plan to Retire Early

Millennials currently are the largest generation in the U.S. workforce. Millennials differ from other generational groups both in their lifestyle and their attitude toward economic and social responsibility. They value […]

A Family Affair: Involving Family in Financial Decisions

Finances may seem like a private, personal matter, but significant headache and heartache can be avoided by involving those you love in discussions about your finances and financial decisions. According […]

Retirement Planning Should Prioritize Healthcare

A recent white paper released by HealthView Services emphasizes that healthcare should be an integral aspect of any retirement plan. The data reveals the projected cost of healthcare, how medical […]