Will I Have Enough Money To Live On?

Can I Maintain My Lifestyle? Not having a plan in place could leave you short of money to live on.   When I lost my job with Continental Airlines after 9/11, I did not know what to do.  I worked in international reservations from 1986.  In a fog, I did as I was told by family.  […]

Lost Your Job?

 What do you do with your 401(k)? Got your attention? Got you thinking? Now that you have gotten over the shock of losing your job, take control of your assets! You have 4 choices to consider. 1. Leave it with your former employer. Most companies-not all-allow you to leave your retirement savings in their plan. […]

Look Out For Covid-19 Scams

Unfortunately, scammers are using the COVID-19 pandemic to try to steal your Medicare Number, personal information, and money. And they’re using robocalls, social media posts, and emails to do it. Remember, if anyone reaches out to get your Medicare Number or personal information in exchange for something, you can bet it’s a scam. Prevent Medicare […]

IRA Contribution Limits

Did you know you can still contribute to your IRA/SEP for 2019 until July 15, 2020?  Due to Covid-19, the deadline has been extended to coincide with the tax deadline. It’s not too late to save money in your traditional or Roth IRA. This year’s contribution limits are $6,000 if you are under 50 or […]

5 Retirement Myths….

MYTHS about retirement income, stocks, Medicare, taxes, social security and annuities. Know these myths early and include their information in your retirement income strategies. 1-Are stocks or bonds good for retirees? The old 60/40 rules is dead (subtract your age from 100. If you are 60, you should only have 40% of retirement savings in […]

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