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Maintain Your Retirement Lifestyle for the Long Term
You may no longer earn a paycheck, but your assets can still work for you — invest your retirement principal, anticipate retirement expenses and prepare for long-term care. Learn how to distribute and use your retirement investments, life insurance policies and savings so you can enjoy the retirement lifestyle you choose for the long term.
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What Is Long-Term Care?
For many people long-term care is synonymous with living in a nursing home. Actually, there are more options than ever to help you maintain comfort and dignity during a care need, including receiving care in your own home. Preparing for long-term care should address your health, wellness and personal preferences as well as your financial needs.Read the full article...
5 Ways to Prepare for Retirement
As you move from thinking about building your retirement income strategy and closer toward using it, there are five ways to prepare yourself for this new phase in your life.Read the full article...
How asset-based long-term care works
Currently more than 70 percent of people over the age of 65 will need long-term care in their lifetime. Who would take care of you? How would you pay for long-term care? Life insurance with asset-based long-term care benefits could help your family maintain its quality of life and give you a comfortable level of care.Read the full article...
Benchmarks in retirement start at 50
As you add birthdays your retirement planning possibilities change. You can save more in an employer sponsored retirement plan or Roth IRA at age 50 than age 49. Your age will also change the tax rules if you want to tap into tax deferred funds. At 60, you may avoid a tax penalty that will cost you at age 59.Read the full article...
Federal budget deal contains surprise for retiring couples
When the federal government passed the budget late in 2015, it came at a cost for couples looking to maximize their Social Security benefits in retirement.Read the full article...
Enjoying the Good Life
Congratulations! You’ve entered your retirement and are ready to start a new chapter in your personal life. It’s a new chapter financially, too. Here are some tips to make the most of your assets after you’ve left the workforce.Read the full article...
Understanding the Difference: Asset-Based Long-Term Care vs. Long-Term Care Insurance
One day you or your spouse may need long-term care (LTC) services. In fact, 70 percent of all adults 65 and older will at some point1. If you’re among them, will you have the financial resources to keep you in your home? To get the kind of care you desire, plan ahead for the expense of home health care, assisted living and nursing home care.Read the full article...
Social Security: How your benefits could differ
As you attempt to estimate the amount of money you will have in retirement, social security benefits are a part of the equation. Taking Social Security benefits can start anytime between age 62-70.Read the full article...
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