Earned income stops for everyone at some point, and people then need to navigate the transition from saving for retirement to spending from their investment portfolio.
Charlotte Partner Greg James recently joined WCNC’s Charlotte Today to discuss four financial strategies for retirees or near-retirees amidst the pandemic. Watch the replay.
Fifty-six percent of adults under the age of 44 have student debt, according to the Pew Research Center. This is the highest share in history. The increase in college costs and the rising importance of a post-secondary education for improving income are a big part of this. Many surveys conducted in recent years have discovered that Millennials share a resistance to debt, no doubt influenced by coming of age during the dot-com crash of 2001 and housing crisis of 2008. Given this, it’s no wonder we often see that younger people want to pay off debt before they save for retirement.
I am a veteran of the United States Marine Corps. I have volunteered with various veterans organizations since I got out of the Corps, and I love sharing my experiences and passing along what I have learned to help fellow veterans and their families. I take advantage of several programs and benefits offered by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and am familiar with many of the resources that are available. Even if you are not a veteran, you probably know someone who is, so read on!
Did you know that your IRA beneficiary supersedes your will? No matter how carefully you’ve crafted your last intentions in your will, an IRA beneficiary that was never updated after your divorce and remarriage can unwittingly bestow your former spouse with your IRA inheritance, while also disinheriting your new spouse and children. That’s why it’s important to update your beneficiaries after major life changes such as marriage, divorce, births, illness, domestic issues and deaths.
Everyone at Parsec works diligently to prepare you financially for retirement by guiding you to financial security. This is our mission, and our success can only be measured in seeing you achieve that security. Most importantly, you have walked with us each step of the way as we explained and implemented the financial concepts needed
Sr. Financial Advisor Neal Nolan was recently featured in The Street’s article on what to do if your employer stops matching your 401(k) contribution.
Sr. Financial Advisor Neal Nolan was recently featured in FA Magazine on shifting 401(k) withdrawal rules.
Larry Harris and Betsy Mayes recently hosted a panel discussion at Parsec’s Longevity Forum…
“Medicare is health insurance, which means we should expect it to be confusing.”