Rodgers & Associates Blog

Market Volatility Shouldn't Be Feared

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Time to re-learn the lessons from 2008-2009.

Understanding What Your Annuity Payout Options Are

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The maturity of the annuity at age 85 may actually be a gift to annuity owners to further contemplate their exit strategy of this tax deferred investment.

Ignore the Hype About Medicare Premiums Increasing: Here Are the Facts

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The cost of medical expenses is rising and thus users across the board (not just 30% of them) could see their premiums rise by some amount.

High Earners: Maximize Your 401(k) Match Using This Simple Tool

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Don’t leave money on the table.

Social Security Benefit: Its Actual Amount Might Surprise You

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The present value of these future benefits should also be considered no matter what amount you receive.

Should I Pay Off My Mortgage Balance Early?

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While few actually like having a mortgage, retirees generally fall into one of two camps: people who are okay with having a mortgage and people who aren’t.

3 Tips To Organize Your Tax and Financial Records

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Being organized saves time, reduces paper and can also lead to a more efficient estate transfer.

Tax Implications of Owning a Vacation Home: What Everyone Ought To Know

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Thinking of buying a vacation home? Here are some factors to consider before you make your decision.

ABLE Accounts Make Saving Easier for People with Long-Term Disabilities

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ABLE accounts were created last year to allow family members of persons with long-term disabilities to be able to set aside funds to help them maintain their quality of life.

Medicare's 50th Anniversary: Remember When

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How has Medicare changed life for seniors in this country?

Stop Worrying About Interest Rates and Just Invest In Individual Bonds Already

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Ignore the Threat of Rising Interest Rates and Get on with Your Life.

You’ve worked hard to save for retirement. How can you turn your wealth into an income that’s designed to last your lifetime?

Now that retirement is a reality, or will be soon, you probably have questions. Here on our website, you can find generalized advice, but don’t you deserve advice tailored just to you?

Since 2002 Mark Eisenberger has been helping people just like you get answers. Simply call him at 717-560-3800 or 1-888-876-3437. He’ll answer your questions and, if you wish, can arrange for up to two hours of initial consultation with no cost or obligation and no sales pitch.

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