IRA planning mistakes

Common IRA Planning Mistakes

1. Not taking advantage of the Stretch distribution option or not establishing it properly The Stretch IRA is a way for each IRA beneficiary to maximize the payout period over his or her entire life expectancy. Properly designating beneficiaries and informing them of the IRA owner’s “Stretch” intentions are key to making this strategy work.

goals based investing

Investing For Your Retirement Goals

Americans are living longer, healthier, and more active lives than past generations, and they want to ensure their healthcare and domestic needs are met. That means saving for a longer retirement is critical. Everyone has different circumstances. Fortunately, a diverse array of options is available to address your individual needs and aspirations. A skilled financial

retiring earlier then planned

Retiring Earlier Than Planned?

Adapting your retirement strategy (and outlook) may be necessary. Involuntary retirement can be emotionally and financially unsettling. Here are some questions to ask yourself if it happens. Do you want to keep working? You may have to rely on your spouse or partner’s income—or your emergency fund—for many months if you look for another full-time