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reverse mortgage service provider

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When you’re looking for a certified reverse mortgage service provider, you obviously want to find the best. Getting a reverse mortgage is exciting, but it’s also a big deal. So, you want to work with someone who is both professional and knowledgeable. Here are 4 things you want to find in a reverse mortgage service… Read more »

retirement income for life

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Want to have retirement income for life? Planning for retirement involves breaking down lifestyle expenses and retirement income, then matching them to determine the odds that your savings and income support you for life.   To Have Retirement Income for Life, First Define Your Lifestyle Surviving retirement financially is less about having money for things… Read more »

worried about money

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According to a recent study, approximately 1 in 4 Americans say they are worried about money on a daily basis. Why Being Worried About Money is So Common Baby boomers say that their biggest financial challenge is (or was) planning for retirement. Many say that they are worried about being in debt forever, never being… Read more »

prepare for retirement

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Did you know that over half of Americans don’t calculate how much they need to prepare for retirement? In fact, in 2014, 30% of private industry workers with access to a 401(k) plan did not participate. Because the average retiree spends about 20 years in retirement, planning head is extremely important. Let’s take a look… Read more »

realities of aging

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Aging today is much different than it was for our parents and grandparents. Today, people are challenging stereotypes about getting older to create new realities of aging in the 21st century. Realities of Aging Aging has become more about living life to its full potential as people learn that their experiences have value and look… Read more »

terrifying facts

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Terrifying facts and statistics are keeping retirees like you up every night. According to the Employee Benefit Research Institute, 46% of all American workers have less than $10,000 saved for retirement. Even more terrifying, 29% of all workers have less than $1,000 saved. It’s clear that many Americans are saving far too little for their… Read more »