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Tips for Aches and Pains

By webteam | November 28, 2017 | 0 Comments

As we grow older, many of us get wiser. We may become more comfortable in our own skin. We may get better at our jobs, have a more reliable income and begin to collect assets. We can gain a better appreciation of what’s important in life.   We also can lose things. Some of us…

Anticipated Changes in Workplace Demographics

By webteam | January 23, 2018 | 0 Comments

Online shopping has become the norm in the Western part of the world. Experts say mature economies adopted e-commerce quickly because of its strong infrastructure and a trusting financial landscape.1   In other words, consumers could count on receiving goods ordered, vendors knew they would get paid and any conflicts were protected by a reputable…

Women’s Issues and Retirement

By webteam | March 13, 2018 | 0 Comments

In 2017, women organized and made headway toward real change, making it a hallmark year for women’s issues. The year started with the Women’s March in January and ended with the #MeToo movement spreading across the globe.1 In addition, record numbers of women considered running for public office.2 The thing is, many of the factors…

Economic Growth Prospects for the Future

By webteam | November 7, 2017 | 0 Comments

Are life-changing innovations a thing of the past in the United States? While today’s technology seems to advance in leaps and bounds, one economist believes it won’t change the fabric of the average American’s life the way inventions like electricity, indoor plumbing and the elevator did in the 20th century.1 Yes, the internet is an…

Making Friends, Strengthening Relationships

By webteam | September 26, 2017 | 0 Comments

In the early days of childhood, we start picking up communication skills that are continually developed throughout our lives. We make close friends, stay in touch with them and make sure we’re there for the people we care about. But during retirement, it may take more effort to maintain those friendships. It’s important to remember…

Personal Productivity

By webteam | December 27, 2017 | 0 Comments

Do you ever feel as if you don’t get enough done in a day? Many of us tend to do what we absolutely must, tackling easy tasks instead of launching into bigger projects or the pursuit of longer-term goals. In other words, we cook, clean, answer emails and catch up with the day’s news –…

How to Help Avoid Fraud and Scams

By webteam | November 21, 2017 | 0 Comments

The recent security breach at credit rating service Equifax brings home the reminder that each of us must be ever-vigilant in protecting our private information.1 It can be easy to become lackadaisical. We expect companies with which we conduct financial transactions to keep our data secure.   Unfortunately, hackers seem to be advancing their skills…

Second Marriages: Financial Finesse

By webteam | February 20, 2018 | 0 Comments

Of all the questions we ask a potential spouse before tying the knot, they seldom include:   “Who are the beneficiaries of your investment plans and insurance policies?” “Do you wish to be resuscitated if your heart stops or if you stop breathing?” “Do you want your ex or me to be guardian for your…

Retirement Conversations: What Do You Do?

By webteam | January 16, 2018 | 0 Comments

We spend a lifetime working, building a career, raising a family, etc. Then we retire, and some unsuspecting acquaintance asks, “What do you do?” It’s a whole new ballgame now.   This can be a difficult question for new retirees. Our gut instinct is to identify ourselves by our occupations — “I’m a lawyer,” I’m…

Digital Tools for Tax Season

By webteam | April 10, 2018 | 0 Comments

Tax season is upon us. According to the IRS, about 90 percent of taxpayers now file their taxes electronically. The agency touts the service as more accurate, convenient and secure than paper claims, and people usually receive their tax refunds faster. The IRS offers free tax filing assistance to filers who earn $54,000 a year…