Triplett – Westendorf Interviews
WOI-DT – Mid-Year Money Moves
WOI – Inflation Concerns
WOI – Summer Vacation Season Kicks Off
WHO – Financial Literacy Month
KIMT – Small Business Stimulus Update
KCCI – Third Stimulus Bill
KCCI – Where Is My Stimulus Check
WHO – Second Stimulus Bill Approved
KCCI – COVID-19 Vaccine Stimulus
Retirement Planning Education Videos
When to Claim Social Security
When you elect Social Security is one of the most important decisions you’ll make in retirement. It will impact the amount of income you receive, the amount of taxes you pay, and how you utilize your other assets.
Will You Have Enough to Retire?
It’s a question you should be asking. We show you a quick formula help you check.
Reducing Taxes in Retirement
Wouldn’t it make sense to limit your exposure to unnecessary taxes in retirement if at all possible? After all, any income that goes towards paying taxes reduces what you can spend to maintain your lifestyle throughout retirement.
Average vs. Actual Returns
While everyone is used to talking about average returns, actual returns are the key to your retirement income. That’s why we focus on them.
IDon’t let your retirement income evaporate from market fluctuations. There are ways for you to protect your income from market volatility.
Long Term Care Event Likely?
You’ve worked hard for your retirement income. Are you and your family protected against the expense of long term healthcare?
Income for Life
Would you take action if there was a way to make sure you had a continuous income source for the rest of your life?
Why Consider Index Universal Life in a Balanced Plan?
Two of the most important factors to control in your retirement income are taxation and market volatility. A properly indexed universal life plan can help.