August 24, 2018

As a financial advisor, I see people from all different backgrounds with different levels of net worth and goals. In fact, it’s one of the joys I get from my profession. I get to meet people from all different walks of life. With that being said, there is a commonality among everyone I meet: they are afraid

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July 17, 2018

Last month we talked about the 6 F’s of Retirement Planning – faith, family and friends, fitness, finances, fun and finality. The focus of today’s article is the third F dealing with Fitness. Focusing on each of these stages of retirement, I have put together a set of tips to be mindful of when entering

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June 21, 2018

Have you ever experienced flatspotting? It’s when you have left a car parked too long and a temporary condition called “flatspotting” occurs. It causes you to feel a ride disturbance or shimmy the first few miles you drive the car, until the tire warms up and smooths back out. Some people report a kind of

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June 1, 2018

According to Forbes only 1 in 3 Americans have anything saved for retirement. There are 10,000 baby boomers turning 65 every day over the next 20 years. If only 1 in 3 have saved anything, that means only 3,333 of that 10,000 have saved for their retirement. That’s alarming, especially since the IRS has several

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