Category: financial planning

Married? Think like a Team When Saving for Your Retirement

This article was copied in its entirety from MarketWatch, Feb.2017. By Robert Powell, Retirement Columnist. Retirement planning is best done at the household level. But that’s not how couples save for retirement. Instead, households sock money away for their golden years in tax-advantaged accounts — 401(k)s, IRAs and the like — held

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Top 5 Ways to Prepare for Retirement If You’re a Woman

Today's post was contributed by Jan Elliott, author of Faith Full Retirement If you are a woman planning for retirement alone, your best path forward is to be fully informed and over-prepared. Did you know in the US, social security is the only source of income for half of unmarried African American and Hispanic

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Living Wills: The Pros, Cons & What to Watch Out For

Living Will: As a legal document, a living will is designed to specify what medical treatment(s) should and should not be taken to preserve a person’s health if they are still alive but unable to make or communicate decisions on their own. For example, someone in a coma from a car accident

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