How and when to claim Social Security benefits is one of the most important retirement and there are dozens of free online tools that offer some guidance.
Many individuals will need some form of long-term care during their retirement years and need to plan ahead.
Year-end planning presents an opportune time to focus on retirement strategies.
Saving enough for adequate retirement income is a planning priority. But many investors do not know how to determine a withdrawal rate.
As investors review their investments in the coming weeks, retirement planning is a priority, especially those strategies that involve year-end deadlines. Chris Hennessey identifies several areas that require action before December 31. Retirees age 70½ or older must take required minimum distributions (RMDs) from individual retirement accounts or 401(k) plans by December 31. The Internal
Changes in tax laws, cost of living differences, and the appeal of milder climates prompt many people to consider relocating. While there may be benefits — including financial benefits in some cases — the process can be complex. A person may have several residences, but he or she can only have one domicile or “legal”
December can be a busy month for clients, particularly those 70½ and older who must take required minimum distributions from their retirement accounts before year-end. This requirement may present a planning opportunity to meet with clients who may not rely on these distributions for income. Help family members save for college Grandparents may use RMDs