The Importance of Nutrition in Aging As we age, our bodies undergo a range of changes, impacting everything from metabolism to nutritional requirements. This period
As inflation reduces people’s buying power, it can be difficult for people to afford living expenses like food, housing, and medical care. In response to
Even with adequate retirement savings, individuals may find it difficult to pay for assisted living costs and seek solutions from the government. To help you understand your options, we’ll explain the role of medicaid and medicare when paying for assisted living. Plus, get other helpful information on covering these costs.
If you trade securities in the stock market, the best execution rule from FINRA (Financial Industry Regulatory Authority) impacts you. Or, more accurately stated, the best execution rule protects you and your clients from conflicts of interest that can arise from the trade execution process.
Whether your grandkids are learning to walk or struggling through high school chemistry, now is the time to think about starting a college fund. U.S. News & World Report concludes that the cost of college is a major financial challenge for many households. That means your grandkids will probably need your help.
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Funeral planning is no one’s favorite job. It’s an already unpleasant situation that’s made worse by a confusing list of fees and requirements. As well, some funeral homes add to that confusion by withholding information or pushing you into goods and services you don’t really need.
As a financial advisor, you tackle the full range of financial situations. You might have one client who’s working to make up for a late start on retirement savings and another who’s tapped out allowed annual 401(k) contributions and needs another tax-deferred account for long-term savings. Both of those clients might rely heavily on traditional assets — equities and fixed income — as the building blocks of their wealth plan. But could the strategic use of life insurance alongside those stocks and bonds enable them to realize their goals faster or with more certainty?