I Retired Early! Now what do I do for healthcare?

Month: November 2016

November 30, 2016  |  

I Retired Early! Now what do I do for healthcare?

Key Takeaways Plan ahead and work with your wealth advisor well before a retirement opportunity arises. Continue existing coverage through an early retirement package or COBRA if possible. Your healthcare premiums may be much higher after retirement. Congratulations, you scrimped and saved for retirement. You talked to your wealth advisor and finally pulled the plug.  You are now officially retired and you were able to do so well before reaching age 65.  Great job! Just […]

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November 21, 2016  |  

Managing Student Debt: Refinance or Consolidation?

With millions of high school seniors polishing off their college applications right now, thoughts are consumed by grades, test scores, recommendations and deadlines. Will I get in? When will I find out? What’s my backup plan? Answers to those stressful questions will be resolved in the short months ahead. But “How will my family and I pay for it?” often takes a back seat to the thrill of an acceptance letter from a top choice […]

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November 3, 2016  |  

Paying for College May Take a Community

Question: What do they call the person that graduates last in their medical school class? Answer: Doctor As most everyone knows, a college education is expensive nowadays.  According to The College Board, the annual cost of attending college in 2015-2016 averaged $19,548 at public schools, plus an additional $14,483 if attending an out of state public school.  At private schools, tuition and fees averaged $43,921. And that’s just the average.  What about those who attend […]

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