Don’t fall prey to financial scams and 5 Sure-Fire ways to financially prepare for a secure retirement – February 25, 2018

Follow best practices for safeguarding your information to avoid scams. One of the biggest mistakes people make is buying financial products without having a clear financial plan.

What to Do During a Market Correction (Other Than Panic!) – February 18, 2018

We haven’t had a significant stock market correction in several years so you may have found yourself at a loss as to how to react to our recent correction. Here are a few thoughts as to what you should be doing.

Can the stock market keep going up? – February 11, 2018

Q & A Session

5 Retirement Planning Mistakes to Avoid – February 4, 2018

If you do your own financial planning or have an advisor, it is still a good idea to take a look at your overall plan & possibly get a second opinion. A small mistake can be corrected if caught early, but once you let the years go by, the results are baked into the cake. You’ll have to eat that cake sooner or later.

Why Some People Never Seek Financial Advice – January 28, 2018

When it comes to our money, how well our investments do is out of our control. As they say, past performance is not an indicator of future results, but who we choose to manage our money is in our control.

Should I Buy an Annuity? – January 21, 2018

Annuities can be horrible, but they can also solve specific retirement income needs. Is an annuity right for me?

Can the Stock Market Keep Going Up? – January 14, 2018

Inevitably, as a long bull market for stocks grinds on, investors begin to wonder: How long will it last?

2018 Retirement Resolutions – January 7, 2018

What will you do differently in 2018 to accomplish your retirement goals?

2018 New Years Goals, Not Resolutions – December 31, 2017

As 2017 comes to a close and we look forward to a new year, what will you do to make it your BEST year yet?

George Bailey vs Ebeneezer Scrooge: Which One Are You, Financially? – December 17, 2017

Can you be a good person AND be fiscally responsible? The answer is YES!