By now, if you're reading this, you probably know who we are. But do you know what we actually do? Aside from having “Financial” in our name, how do we help people? Here’s a quick breakdown of our services and why they should or could be important to you: Retirement Planning – Many Americans are not as prepared for retirement as they might like to be, or actually need to be. What does your retirement look like financially? Where will your income come from? What about your hea
Money mistakes are a common learning experience from which we can grow. However, when you’re in retirement, bad decisions can be catastrophic. A retiree’s ability to replenish savings is usually greatly diminished, since they are no longer generating income from a job. Luckily, you can learn from the experiences of others and avoid some of the more common mistakes.
1. Not Changing Lifestyle After Retirement
Among the biggest mistakes retirees make is not adjusting their ex
If you are over 50 and have delayed saving for retirement, you may still have time to fund your retirement by taking these actions now:
Start saving. Max out your retirement contributions to IRAs and 401(k) accounts. If you are age 50 or older, you can contribute $6,500 per year to IRAs, and $60,000 per year to 401(k)s.
Increase your income. Work more hours, negotiate a raise, or take a part-time job on the side. You could turn a hobby such as woodworking or quiltin