Long Term Care
Many Americans contribute to a Health Savings Account through their employer to complement the high deductible health insurance plan offered to employees.
Key reasons why having a long-term care plan could mean a world of difference to you and your family should you ever experience a long-term care event.
Some of you may be familiar with the phrase, “Life insurance is sold, not bought.” A primary reason for this is people do not want to think about, let alone plan for, their ultimate demise…
Fidelity just updated their research on the estimated cost of healthcare for a 65-year old couple throughout their retirement.
As we age, there are a lot of expectations and potential outcomes to consider. Will there be enough money to retire comfortably? How will our health hold up?
November is designated as National Long-Term Care Awareness Month. Instead of providing you with research and statistics about the potential need and cost of long-term care.
By Joe Globensky, RFC® As a financial advisor and small business owner, I know firsthand how my knowledge and experience has helped our company. But if you have your own small business, you might not realize the value a financial advisor can...
We have seen many examples where seniors can save upwards of $1,000 or more just by switching to a plan that covers their prescriptions more economically.
Whether we admit it or not, money plays an important role throughout our lives. Learning how to responsibly and smartly handle money is necessary for our children’s future financial success.
An annual review of beneficiaries can ensure your intentions are met after you’re gone.
Cash flow is the movement of money into and out of your household. You will either have positive cash flow or negative cash flow depending on if you have more money coming in or more money going out.
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