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Category Archives: Retirement Planning

Retirement Planning Beyond the Basics

There’s no doubt that the workforce is changing and as more baby boomers are reaching retirement age, this is also raising questions about how retirement is different. Traditional retirement planning might not cut it anymore, particularly if you’re not using … Continue reading

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Where Should Wealthy Clients Consider Retiring?

If you are currently amassing a great deal of wealth and are concerned about long term planning for your tax bill, you are better off retiring in Michigan, according to a new study. The study completed by online finance tool … Continue reading

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What’s Next on Your Retirement Planning List?

You’ve probably been intending to retire your entire life, but have you really considered your day-to-day actions and how they can contribute towards your overall retirement plan and goals? The support of an experienced estate planning lawyer is instrumental as … Continue reading

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Don’t Have Children? Here Are Five Tips for a Better Retirement

Looking ahead into your retirement years while not having children might give you some peace of mind because you may be able to better support yourself and your health needs. However, you could still end up an elder orphan. Roughly … Continue reading

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Be Prepared for Changes in Retirement

Retirement brings about many different questions, particularly what you are going to do with your time. It’s also still a good idea to think about what will happen going forward as you approach your individual relationship with your spouse and … Continue reading

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You’re Close to Retirement. What Financial Planning Options Do You Have?

Retirement today is one of the most complicated subjects and also one of the most important, with a growing baby boomer population. To help determine what type of financial advice is most applicable for you, it depends on where you … Continue reading

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What Are the Four Biggest Risks for a Solid Retirement in the United States?

More people than ever before in the past are approaching retirement in the coming years and this makes it all the more important to consider the four biggest factors that could ultimately influence your tax and retirement plan.      … Continue reading

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What You Need to Know About Individual Retirement Accounts and Estate Planning

Individual retirement accounts, most commonly referred to as IRAs, can cause problems in estate planning if you do not manage them correctly. Most married people will put the spouse as their primary beneficiary on their IRA; however, they might not … Continue reading

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Why Even Millennials Should Be Considering Saving for Retirement

It’s far too easy to push off the prospect of saving for retirement when you are young and relatively healthy. It’s actually probably at the bottom of your priority list for any 20-something who is worried about paying student loans, … Continue reading

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Three Changes in Your Life That Should Prompt You to Schedule an Appointment with Your Estate Planning Attorney

There are so many different circumstances that should warrant a meeting with your estate planning attorney. As estate laws or your individual life circumstances change, it is appropriate to update your estate planning documents to ensure that they are in … Continue reading

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