Monday, October 24th, 2011 and is filed under Saving for Retirement
Are you planning on seeing The Thing this weekend? If so, there are a couple points you might want to bear in mind…#1 – This ‘prequel’ to a scary movie from the past doesn’t sound like it’s for the faint of heart. According to reviews, The Thing is ‘hair-raising, teeth-chattering, suck-your-thumb, put-911-on-speed-dial and want-to-sleep-with-the-lights-on’ kind of scary. Thus #2…if you go see it, you might want to plan on an unproductive day the following day. If you’re like us, there will be absolutely positively no worthwhile sleep in your immediate future. Read More
Monday, October 24th, 2011 and is filed under Investing for Women - Did You Know?
Did you know that financial advisors generally recommend withdrawals from savings of about 4% per year during retirement? Read more here.
Monday, October 17th, 2011 and is filed under Saving for Retirement
The home shopping network declared October 1st National Shopping Day. We don’t know about you but we really don’t need any more incentive to point, click and spend. Fortunately, on the flip side, there is some recognition toward a more rational reason to send money from one account to another. This week, October 17-21, has been declared National Retirement Week. Did you just roll your eyes? We know it’s not as thrilling as National Shopping Day. However, it does bring attention to an area in our lives that we often fall short on – planning for the golden years. Read More
Thursday, October 13th, 2011 and is filed under Investing Quick Tip
Research shows that many women investors are extremely conservative and often do not pursue enough investment portfolios diversification. Putting one’s eggs into the same basket in and of itself can be risky, even when you’re investing in CDs or government securities. A retirement investment strategy that is too low-risk (thus too low-reward) may not pay off in the long run, especially when it comes to having enough to live comfortably on in retirement. Give us a call or schedule a free appointment to take a look at how your portfolio is positioned for long-term performance. We’d love to talk it through with you.