If you are approaching 65 there is a chance your friend, neighbor, or even coworker told you everything you need to know about Medicare. That advice might have even been completely accurate. The issue with this “cookie cutter” advice on Medicare is that each situation tends to be different and the advice is may not the best for you.
At some point in everyone’s life the question of how and when do I begin saving for retirement will probably arise. This is a question that John McCann and Michael Clark get all the time from radio listeners and clients alike.
23 Billion dollars. This is how much money is spent every year on Mother’s Day on anything from buying flowers, cards, or taking your mom out for brunch according to the National Retail Federation.
Do I take a pension or lump sum? Can I use a target fund in retirement? Is a target fund even the right move for me? These are some of the great questions asked by listeners just like you.
When you tune into your local news station and you hear how “volatile” the markets are because of a daily 100-point change, you may want to stop and ask yourself if it really is as significant as it sounds.