Ryan Yamada, CFP®, Senior Wealth Planner We’ve all heard the conventional wisdom when it comes to claiming Social Security: you should wait as long as you can before claiming benefits. Wait right up to age 70, if possible. After all, that’s when you would get the greatest monthly benefit.Continue Reading!
Published by Teresa Milner Living in the fast-paced world that we’ve become accustomed to, it’s easy to get sidetracked with all that’s going on around us. What’s important and not urgent? What’s important and urgent? What’s urgent but not important? What’s not urgent and not important?
With the New Year approaching, many like to spend time reflecting on past successes, failures, new experiences and gained knowledge, as well as planning for the year to come. As a part of my own reflection, I enjoy reading the following parable…
One of the most challenging aspects of investing is not what many may think. Digging through the multitude of options available to place cash can be daunting task. However, keeping your cool when things move in the wrong direction can make or break returns.
There’s been lots of coverage in the news the past couple of weeks about changes to Social Security claiming strategies, so we’d like to share a few key highlights about what’s changed and how it may affect you.
Published by Beth Schanou A current estate plan is important to have in place for senior citizens. This planning is just as vital for parents of minor children for two important reasons: naming a guardian and arranging for the management of the children’s inheritance.
Published by: Rob Furlong I recently celebrated a milestone birthday doing one of my favorite things in one of my favorite places: riding my bike in the San Juan Mountains of southern Colorado.