A new year is a time for self-improvement and renewal. Where bad habits and regret are cast aside and replaced with virtuous activities that are intended to make us better human beings. Good intentions and optimism may carry the day and help some attain their goals of better health, greater wealth, or a host of other desirable outcomes. The odds, however, are stacked in favor of inertia with more than 80% of new year’s resolutions failing by mid-February. Continue reading
September is life insurance awareness month and serves as a good reminder that life insurance is an asset and, just like most any other investment, requires ongoing monitoring. Continue reading
A thoughtful retirement income plan involves varying degrees of monitoring and oversight to ensure continued success. While this may be readily apparent at the onset of planning, many otherwise well-constructed plans fail to consider what happens if active participation is no longer possible. Planning for mental incompetency is an often overlooked component of planning that can have devastating emotional and financial consequences. Thankfully, it can be proactively addressed through proper planning.