Living Longer With Plenty Of Money

J. Craig Venter of Human Longevity, a genome sequencing company with the objective of extending healthy human life, believes that individuals can live into their 90s “with good health and vitality.”  The reason?  Life expectancy is … [Read more...]

Retirees: Consider Tax Smoothing

Retirees may not want to take their retirement distributions through the traditionally recommended path. The traditional path is premised upon “deferring taxes for as long as possible.” Some advisors now see another option as a more … [Read more...]

Boomers Go Bust: What to Know About Escalating Health Care Costs in Retirement

Individual baby boomers are not alone in worrying if they have set aside enough funds to retire comfortably and afford continual health care. Financial advisors have previously suggested to plan to replace approximately 80 to 85% of … [Read more...]

Boomers: So, You Haven’t Saved Enough…

You are not alone.  Baby Boomers are a generation that has generally saved less than needed as they approach retirement. On average, a boomer (born 1946-1964) is approximately $500,000 short of the savings that they will require. The … [Read more...]