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Posts Tagged ‘ planning for retirement ’

Social Security Benefit Disappears

Posted on: November 3, 2015 by in Blog, Financial Advisor, Retirement Planning
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The End of File & Suspend for Married Couples A great claiming strategy to try & optimize Social Security benefits disappears. Provided by Robert Nash, Financial Advisor Congress just changed the Social Security benefit rules. On October 30, Capitol Hill lawmakers approved a two-year federal budget deal. As part of that agreement, they authorized the most significant change to Social Security policy seen in this century, disallowing two popular strategies people have used to try Continue Reading ...

Planning For Retirement When You Are Single

Posted on: October 8, 2015 by in Blog
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Planning for Retirement When You Are Single If you aren’t married, you should consider these potential expenses & needs. Provided by Robert Nash, Financial Advisor, Nash & Associates How does retirement planning differ for single people? At a glance, there would seem to be no difference in the retirement saving effort of an individual versus the retirement saving effort of a couple: start early, save consistently, and use vehicles that allow tax-advantaged growth and compounding Continue Reading ...