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

Category: Retirement Planning

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.  […]

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October 10, 2016  |  

Medicare Made Easy

As retirement approaches, almost all of us are going to make critical decisions related to medical care.  One of the most important (and perhaps least understood) parts of your plan will be how your Medicare coverage will work. On October 19th at 11:30am ET, we’ll be hosting a free webinar titled Medicare Made Easy with […]

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May 4, 2016  |  

The Vacation Home Primer

Key Takeaways: The purchases of vacation homes have spiked over the past few years. Before purchasing, consider whether you plan on using it yourself or renting. When considering a purchase, account for extra expenses such as insurance, taxes, utilities, furnishings and upkeep before taking the plunge. Summer is coming, so if you’re like me you […]

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May 2, 2016  |  

Target Date Funds – “To” and “Through” the Details

Key Takeaways: Target Date Funds are a popular choice in retirement plans. Understanding the asset allocation and glide path for the fund is important. For some investors, risk tolerance may not fit a fund’s allocation. In a world seemingly obsessed with automation and quick solutions, target date mutual funds have grown in popularity with investors.  […]

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February 24, 2016  |  

Think You Can’t Contribute to a Roth? Think again: Advantages of a 401(k) Roth Option

Key Takeaways The Roth option in 401(k) retirement plans eliminate IRS income limits applied to Roth IRAs. Participants in plans offering the Roth 401(k) option can split their contributions between both traditional and Roth accounts–thus, building two buckets of money to fund their nest egg. There are no income limits for Roth 401(k) accounts, and […]

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