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June 17, 2021

The Answers to 46 Frequently Asked Questions about Retirement

1. Where will my retirement income come from? Many retirees receive income from 4 main sources. 1 1) Personal savings and investments 2) Earned income 3) Company pension benefits 4) Social Security income 2. How much will my income need to increase to keep up with the cost of living? The annual increase in the cost of living (as measured by the Consumer Price Index 2 ) has fluctuated but has averaged between 2% and 3% over the past 30 years. Financial professionals recommend that retirees compensate for inflation when preparing retirement income projections. 3. If inflation averages 3%, how […]
June 17, 2021

How to Be 30% and 50% Happier in Your Retirement

It’s not all about the money.  Yes, money is important, but the quality of life determines how happy you are in retirement.  Seven things you can start on today to live a happier retirement. Zig Ziglar once said that “Money isn’t everything, but it sure ranks right up there with oxygen.”  While having more money than you need in retirement is comforting, more and more of the 80+ million boomers that are marching into retirement are realizing that it’s not all about the money that makes for a happy retirement.   This report will highlight six areas that you can target […]
April 11, 2018

Opening Outlook on Trump and 2017

Every Monday, we receive an email from Brian Wesbury and his Economics team at First Trust. This week’s was especially interesting and I thought you would enjoy reading this as you start your New Year. Here’s to a prosperous 2017 for you and your family! Watch the Spending Brian S. Wesbury, Chief Economist Robert Stein, Deputy Chief Economist Date: 1/3/2017 President-elect Trump wants a Race Horse Economy, not a continuation of the Plow Horse we’ve had for the past several years. Out of all of his proposals, the one that should help the economy the most is corporate tax reform, […]