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5 Things That Might Surprise You About Retirement

January 20, 2017

Think you’re ready for retirement? Or perhaps you are already retired? Either way, as you plan for the future, keep these retirement statistics in mind, and make adjustments accordingly.

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Seven Tips for Aging Gracefully

January 13, 2017

No one wants to get old, but there are ways to slow the aging process and age gracefully. We’ve got seven tips that can help you to enjoy your retirement years to their fullest.

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How Does the Social Security Spousal Benefit Work?

January 6, 2017

Social Security benefits are an important piece of retirement income. Whether you’re married or divorced, you might be eligible for spousal benefits. On the other hand, it might be your spouse or ex-spouse who draws spousal benefits from your work record. Whatever the situation, it’s important to understand how your personal details and decisions can affect Social Security spousal benefits.

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10 Steps to Better Health This Year

January 1, 2017

A new year has begun, and many of us are busily working on our resolutions. But as you get your finances in order or work toward kicking bad habits, don’t forget to stay maintain good habits for your health. Include these steps to better health in your schedule, and pencil them into your calendar when necessary.

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2017 Brings Four Major Changes to Social Security

December 26, 2016

Since Social Security is such an enormous, complicated government program, the rules do tend to change over time. Here’s what’s new for 2017…

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Five New Year’s Resolutions for Your Health

December 18, 2016

Have you chosen a New Year’s resolution yet? Whether you’re transitioning into retirement, or have been retired for a few years now, your health is probably a top concern. Consider these five New Year’s resolutions to help maintain your health.

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Did You Miss Medicare Open Enrollment?

December 12, 2016

Each fall, Medicare operates their Annual Enrollment Period. During this time, you can make changes to your existing Medicare plan, and enroll in a new plan if desired. But we all tend to get busy toward the end of the year, and occasionally some people completely forget about enrollment! If you missed the enrollment cut-off on December 7, read on to find out what you can do now.

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5 Ways to Stretch Your Retirement Income

December 5, 2016

If you’ve already retired, we hope you’re enjoying some of the best years of your life! You’re finally free to live life on your terms, but retirement poses unique new challenges. One of those challenges is your budget. While you’re happy to be free of your daily commute and office…

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