Tag: Retirement

Creating Your Best Retirement Isn’t All About Money

| December 2, 2018 | 0 Comments

A 2014 study of retirees done by Merrill Lynch and Age Wave led to the following conclusion: “Retirees say health is the number one ingredient for a happy retirement.” Financial security, family and purpose were all important, but health was tops. And this makes perfect sense, as good health leads to living longer, having more […]

Continue Reading

Do Not Annoy or Molest the Alligators

| June 6, 2017 | 0 Comments
Do Not Annoy or Molest the Alligators

Guessing game…where am I? There is no upper age limit for women on wearing short shorts or for men who cut the sleeves out of their tee shirts. Gnomes, pink flamingoes and leaping dolphins’ main habitat is front yards of homes. There are billboards that flash noting how long it will take, at any given […]

Continue Reading

Have You Reviewed Your Beneficiary Designations Lately?

| December 31, 2013 | 0 Comments

When was the last time you reviewed the beneficiaries for your retirement accounts and insurance policies? When you open a retirement account or buy an insurance policy, part of the process is determining who will receive the assets when you pass away: your beneficiary. Unfortunately, many people never review those choices, even when life changes. […]

Continue Reading

So You’re Thinking About Retirement

| December 28, 2011 | 0 Comments

The old “rule of thumb” for retirement is that you will need about 70 percent of your pre-retirement income during retirement. This may be true for some folks, but generally we’re seeing new retirees spend 100 percent or more of their pre-retirement income during retirement. A key reason for this is that people who retire […]

Continue Reading