Posts Tagged ‘Retirement Planning’

Top Healthy Eating Trends for 2015

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March 17th, 2015 at 10:31 am by Ally

Eating nutritious foods can help you look and feel better, and it can also be good for your bank account. Foods high in vitamins and minerals helps to fuel the body’s overall function, and help to better manage the risk of developing disease. Unplanned medical costs can quickly eat away at your wealth before and… read more

Ready, Set, Retire: Holistic Money Management

Posted in Community,Retirement
March 12th, 2015 at 9:00 am by Ally

Taking a holistic view of your finances as you enter retirement is an ongoing process. Managing your wealth involves careful consideration and planning of debt management, investing strategy and making your portfolio last. Greg McBride of Bankrate.com provides some money management guidance. Other Articles You Might Like: Ready, Set, Retire: Boost Your Savings Ready, Set,… read more

Ready, Set, Retire: Boost Your Savings

Posted in Community,Retirement
February 27th, 2015 at 9:00 am by Ally

The biggest threat retirees face is outliving their nest egg. While boosting your contributions and supplementing your retirement income are two great ways to avoid running out of money, it’s also important to manage account fees and investment risk. Greg McBride of Bankrate.com explains the small tweaks needed to maximize your retirement income. Other Articles… read more

What’s Your Money Script?

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February 24th, 2015 at 9:00 am by Ally

What does money mean to you? When it comes to financial decisions, like saving money, we all have different money personalities that affect the way we handle finances. Whether you’re a saver or spender, there are underlying psychological reasons why some people prioritize saving while others don’t. Being a good saver is not a function… read more

Retirement: Forget What’s My Number! What’s My Income?

Posted in Community,Financial News,Guest Posts
February 19th, 2015 at 2:00 pm by Ally

If you’ve noticed lately, the thinking around retirement has moved away from ‘what’s my number?’ to ‘what do I get from that number?’ The realities of retirement have been changing over the last decade.  Fewer retirees can depend upon pensions and the income that they provide.  Social security considerations for inflation have nearly vanished.  A… read more

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