10 Common Retirement Mistakes

In a sense, you have been planning for your retirement ever since you started working. Maybe you’ve been contributing to a 401(k) plan, or maybe you’ve been socking away money in an IRA, but without a doubt, you’ve been looking forward to your golden years. And I want you to enjoy those years without worrying about having to take out a reverse mortgage on your house.

If They Could Turn Back Time...

It’s an age-old question that most people can’t resist daydreaming about. If you could turn back time, what would you have done differently? Some people might have chosen to invest more in relationships. Others may have taken more—or fewer—risks. Many would have devoted more time to having fun.

After Accumulation

For years, you have tucked away a portion of your income, saving and investing along the way. But now that you’ve grown your assets, it’s time to start drawing on your accounts. While this may appear to be a simple matter of selling a particular stock, there is something of an art to taking distributions. Determining which assets to liquidate, and when to do so, requires careful analysis of

What Are Your Retirement Assumptions?

You often see the commercials on television today asking the question, “What’s Your Number”? What they are really referring to is the notion of how much money do you need in order to be able to retire. It’s funny that most people we talk to today don’t really call it retirement. They really think about the term of making work optional. This means having the ability to do what they want when

Benefits of Retirement Planning

Retirement planning is the process of evaluating your current financial standing and creating a strategy for helping you achieve your desired retirement lifestyle. It is about matching goals with financial realities, with a focus on providing a lifetime of income after your last paycheck.

Countdown to Retirement...5 Years or More

There’s a lot to consider as you prepare for retirement, so it’s wise to begin planning well ahead of time. Here are some items to consider to help you stay on track for the retirement you envision.

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6 Steps to Getting Out of Debt

Being in debt can stall or stop your dreams from becoming a reality. The following action steps, when followed and repeated, can help you pay off your debt and get you closer to the life you want to live.

Make Memories

Recently, my family and I went to Boulder, Colorado, for a week. My daughters' spring breaks lined up on the same week and we wanted to do something fun and casual, but that wouldn't break that bank! Ginger Leigh, my wife, and I used to live in Boulder, as did my oldest daughter, Haileigh, for the first three months of her life. In the last couple of years we have started going out to Colorado

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