Divorce rates are on the rise for those over the age of 55. Learn about the financial implications of this significant life event and get guidance on how to navigate the many considerations individuals face.
Many clients have questions about when they need to withdraw money from their IRAs and what the rules are for Required Minimum Distributions (RMDs). Learn how to evaluate distribution options and avoid penalties that arise when RMDs are not met.
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.
In planning for retirement, how you save is just as important as how much you save. Learn how you can save tax-efficiently by diversifying your assets across accounts that are taxed differently.
The 10-year period before you retire can matter more to your retirement success than any other.
It’s never too early to start planning for retirement. By setting a strategy— and sticking to it—you can help achieve your goal of financial independence sooner.
Use these tips and strategies about spending, saving, and asset allocation to reach your retirement goals.
Are you saving enough for retirement? Read about target savings rates and see our strategies for closing the retirement savings gap so you can achieve financial independence.
We all start out life by working for money. The goal should be to put some of the money we work for aside regularly and invest it.
It’s not enough to connect with your financial adviser. Use these 10 questions to find a financial adviser you can trust with your finances.
When changing jobs, you may have choices to make about your retirement money. The choices will depend on your age and the type of plan you are in, as well as the rules of the plan.
The government encourages retirement savings by allowing taxpayers to make qualified contributions to retirement accounts on a tax-deferred basis.
Retirees drawing Social Security benefits received a 2.8 percent cost of living adjustment (COLA) in 2019. This is the largest COLA increase since 2011.
Saving more tax-free dollars for retirement got easier in 2019 after a six-year wait! The inflation-adjusted maximum annual contribution for a Roth IRA finally increased to $6,000.
Johnny Depp was the fifth highest-paid actor in 2016 earning $48 million. Unfortunately, almost all of Depp’s entire $8.7 billion fortune is now gone.
A recent study1 conducted for Northwestern Mutual found one in three Baby Boomers (33%), the generation closest to retirement age, have less than $25,000 in retirement savings.
Funding the tax-free side of the New Three-Legged Stool for retirement can be more difficult for taxpayers with higher incomes. In 2018, joint filers can only make a partial Roth IRA…
Many people mistakenly believe their expenses will be half as much as a widow(er) than as a couple. This is true of some expenses, like food and clothing. However, larger expenses related…