Category: Advisors

4 ways women can close the retirement earnings gap

Women have clearly made enormous strides in the workplace. Unfortunately, when it comes time to retire, many women still do not have the savings they need. According to...

Solving America’s retirement security challenges

With an entire generation on the cusp of retirement, the rules governing retirement plan administration need to be modernized to make it easier for employers to offer...

Medicare Part B premiums devour Social Security increase, survey shows

“They’ve had nothing left over to deal with other increased costs,” said Mary Johnson, Social Security and Medicare policy analyst for the Senior...

That $30 trillion great wealth transfer is a myth

Boomers are more likely than other generations to take risks by investing some or all their retirement funds into starting their own business after leaving a corporate...

It’s May, and business owners still don’t understand the new tax law

Own a business? Here's why you might not qualify for this much-ballyhooed tax break. Source link

One option for your unwanted life insurance policy: Sell it

It’s also important to comparison-shop. Flagg once worked with a client once whose broker presented her with only one offer. When Flagg asked the middleman to...

Follow these rules of the road in a volatile market

After an extraordinarily smooth ride in 2017, the stock market has shown signs of becoming more volatile in 2018. There’s no telling how long it will continue, but...

Medicare costs could rise by more than 200 percent for these retirees

This year, high-income retirees can expect to shell out even more money to cover their Medicare premiums. That’s because as of 2018, there is a shift in the income...

The top 10 world leader paychecks and how they stack up

At 92 years of age, Britain’s beloved Queen Elizabeth is in a league of her own when it comes to income. Her earnings add up to 2,660.4 times the per capita GDP of...

Health-care costs in retirement grow to $280K

When planning for health-care costs in retirement, it pays to factor in a particular worst-case scenario: an earlier-than-anticipated workforce exit. A new analysis from...