Financial Planner Q&A . . . What You Should Ask.

Many people spend more time planning their vacations than they do planning their retirement. Why? For the most part, it’s because people just don’t know what to ask or how all of the pieces of one’s financial puzzle fit together. So, what should you ask your financial advisor? First, take an honest assessment of your current circumstances and define what … Read More

Long-Term Care: Part II–The 800 Pound Gorilla

According to the National Institute on Aging, “Long-term care is the 800-pound gorilla of social problems that lurks just around the corner.” The reality is that the government system is woefully strapped for funds to cover current liabilities and forthcoming obligations. And do you want to bet that already overburdened government programs will be adequate or even available when you … Read More