How Inflation Impacts Physician Retirement Planning
The expert advisors at Larson Financial have extensive experience helping physicians determine how much they need to save to fund an adequate retirement
How Longevity Impacts Retirement
Sue Thompson, Heather Pelant and Ann Hynek share how they are each rethinking retirement income planning in their personal lives and with their families.
How does your retirement plan compare?
Submitted by MIRUS Financial Partners on April 3rd, 2017 Wish you could save more for retirement? Feel like you’re the only one who hasn’t developed a good retirement savings plan? You’re not alone. If you’re wondering how much other Americans are socking away for retirement, it turns out it may be close to nothing Take a look at the retirement planning statistics According to the U.S…
Why Inflation Has to Be Part of Your Retirement Plan
Overall inflation may be low or nonexistent now, but tomorrow's retirees could be in for a nasty shock if it returns to historical norms.
IFA is Ahead of the Trends in Retirement Plans
A recent article published on benefitspro.com summarized the recent trends in retirement asset size and location. Not surprisingly, more and more assets are being geared
What is a 401(k) Retirement Plan?
A 401(k) is a retirement savings plan sponsored by your employer. Learn about the different types of plans, contribution and withdrawal rules.
Tips for Business Owners on Retirement Planning
'I'll never retire' is a common refrain among ambitious entrepreneurs, but the fact is you are likely to decide to at some point. Here's a look at how to plan for that day.
Complete Guide to Retirement Planning
A guide to answering your most pressing retirement questions.
Millennials and Retirement Planning: What About the myRA?
For young people in their 20s and early 30s who are timid about investing in the stock market, there is a starter retirement account called the myRA. The myRA account is short for “my retirement account”. The myRA gives young investors the chance to practice good habits so they are ready to do more in-depth retirement planning in the future. … Continue reading »
Why Do Women Trail Men in Retirement Planning?
It’s often said that women naturally put others first, which, admirable as it is, can become a problem in terms of their own financial future.
How You Can Ruin Your Retirement Plan With Too Much Optimism
If you ask most folks who are heading for retirement what their major goals are, you will get an answer something like this: I hope to maintain my current lifestyle and I do not want to run out of money until I die. And if you ask them if they will make it, they will most likely say, they think t
Why Interning At 60 Is The New Retirement Plan
A growing market for fellowships that targets older workers connects private-sector expertise with nonprofits in need of help.
How is Retirement Planning Relevant to me?
Contributed by: Matt Trujillo, CFP® Lately I have been meeting with younger clients, and have been hearing a recurring theme: “Retirement is 20-30 years away and I don’t know that I care too much about how the numbers look at this time.” The first time I heard this, I was a little taken aback…I had
Top 8 Retirement Planning Myths
Discover the truth behind the top 8 retirement planning myths, and learn strategies for properly managing your money in retirement.
What's new in retirement planning for Business Owners?
Retirement Planning for Business Owners: Defined Benefit Pension Plans & Cash Balance Plans are generating a lot of interest with businesses of all sizes.
Gen X Turns 50: What that Means for Retirement Planning
Gen X Turns 50: What that Means for Retirement Planning Submitted by MIRUS Financial Partners on November 30th, 2015 Gen X is used to being the younger generation. Growing up in the shadow of the Boomers, Gen X-ers were, for decades, considered the cooler, more skeptical generation. So how can the generation that grew up with MTV and “Reality Bites” possibly plan for retirement After so many years of felling like the young kinds on the block, it’s understandable that Gen X-ers might…
Gen X Turns 50: What That Means for Retirement Planning
Gen X Turns 50: What That Means for Retirement Planning Submitted by MIRUS Financial Partners on November 30th, 2015 Gen X is used to being the younger generation. Growing up in the shadow of the Boomers, Gen X-ers were, for decades, considered the cooler, more skeptical generation. So how can the generation that grew up with MTV and “Reality Bites” possibly plan for retirement After so many years of felling like the young kinds on the block, it’s understandable that Gen X-ers might…
Today I chat with Jeff Feld, CPA - Principal of Alliance Pension, LLC. Jeff has served on the Employee Benefits Committee of the Illinois CPA Society for over ten years and is also an Associate Professional Member of the American Society of Pension Actuaries. He has provided guidance and professional perspective to the top management of Charles Schwab through his selection to serve on their national…
What Retirement Plan Committees Should Know and Discuss
Retirement plan committees need knowledge and continuing education about a number of key subjects.