Retirement is a journey to be enjoyed over time, not a destination. Chris Hershey will help you plan for your unique journey on this edition of Project Wealth.
Preparing for retirement may be the single biggest financial challenge most people face. We’ll cover planning during phase two of your retirement journey on this edition of Project Wealth.
Did you know a critical phase of retirement begins 10 years out? We’ll go over what you need to do in phase one on this edition of Project Wealth.
Does your employer-sponsored retirement plan offer brokerage services? If so, you may gain access to expanded investment choices, including a range of mutual funds.
Before you decide when to begin drawing Social Security benefits, you should evaluate a number of factors, including life expectancy and the financial challenges that face the Social Security system.
Estate tax exemptions are much higher than they once were. As a result, it may be worthwhile to review your estate plan and terminate trusts that are no longer needed.
Why naming your Estate as your IRA Beneficiary may not be a good choice.
With interest rates at a historic low, retirees should carefully consider their pension distribution options.
Since long-term capital gains are taxed at a lower rate than other types of income, selling these types of assets can be a tax-efficient strategy.
Learn about contribution limits for traditional and Roth IRAs and get advice on how to minimize penalties if you’ve contributed too much in a given year.
We all have different “money scripts,” or things we tell ourselves about money that impact our financial decisions. Becoming aware of these thoughts—and the impact they have on our spending and saving behaviors—is important as you plan for and enter retirement.
From cashing out to transferring your balance, here are the different strategies for dealing with 401(k) plans from previous employers
By creating an online Social Security account, you can review your annual statement, take a closer look at your earnings record, and verify that your tax payments are being credited correctly.
Traditional IRAs are subject to a unique set of complex rules. Here are 6 significant differences between IRAs and other financial assets.
A successful retirement plan starts long before the last day of employment and considers both financial and lifestyle decisions along each individual’s unique journey.
Our approach to retirement planning combines the seven-step process outlined by the Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards with our own unique focus on maximizing tax efficiency, managing risk, and minimizing expenses throughout retirement.
While retirement might not be a high priority for young children, starting a Roth IRA early and making small contributions can go a long way over time.
Establishing a trust can be a prudent way to pass assets from one generation to the next since it addresses issues that may arise from transferring wealth outright.
Our New Three-Legged Stool™ strategy and R/D Factor™ help us keep taxes lower for our clients in retirement
By accessing your Social Security records online, you can verify that your benefit information is correct, update information, and receive information on estimated benefits based on your anticipated retirement date.