Long Term Care
Americans are living longer, and while that’s good news, it also increases the chances that you’ll need long-term care (LTC) at some point in your life.
Have you ever considered your options for covering long-term care costs? As a Certified Financial Planner™, I’ve had conversations with many clients to discuss how they might pay for this care if needed.
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.
By K. Bridget Schneider, CFP®, CRPC®When was the last time you got a copy of your Social Security benefit statement? If you are like many people, you may think you got one in the mail a year or so ago. However, it may have been several years ago. While...
Are you struggling to keep up on paying your debts? Do you have so many payments that there is nothing left over to put towards your future?
The QCD was first introduced in the Pension Protection Act of 2006. It was repeatedly extended, sometimes retroactively, until it became permanent as part of the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2016.
Last month we suggested a few reasons early retirement planning is important. That’s valuable information for Millennials, but what if you’re a Gen Xer?
Whether you have been a self-employed professional for years, or you’ve recently become self-employed, the success of your business is in your hands. You need to take advantage of whatever assistance is available, and this includes lowering your tax bill.
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