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The One Social Security Benefit for Baby Boomers the Government Doesn’t Want You to Know About

The One Social Security Benefit for Baby Boomers the Government Doesn’t Want You to Know About

Baby boomers - if you were born before 1954, we’ve got good news for you and your retirement savings plan. There’s a little-known financial strategy t...

National Disability Employment Awareness Month - Keys to a Secure and Comfortable Retirement

October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month. Originally declared by the US Congress in 1988, the month raises awareness of both the empl...

Can (and Should) Couples Keep Their Finances Separate in Retirement?

Many married couples enjoy having financial independence throughout their working lives. Some maintain separate bank accounts for decades without a hi...

Top 10 Articles to Boost Your Financial Literacy For Retirement

Retirement planning can be a daunting and stressful undertaking. With many questions surrounding Social Security, Medicare, your retirement nest-egg, ...

Tax Day 2021: Should You Move to a Tax-Friendly State For Retirement?

Tax Day 2021 has been moved to May 17th, as, like last year, the IRS extended the due date because of the pandemic. Most states (Colorado among them) ...

How to Protect Your Retirement Savings from Scammers

After working for decades to build a comfortable retirement plan, the last thing you want to do is lose your savings to scammers. Cons have been an un...

7 Common Questions Retirees Ask About Social Security Benefits

The Social Security program is well-known but not always well-understood. Indeed, “America’s pension plan” has evolved over the years, therefore it ma...

Social Security Taxation

Social Security is an element of financial planning that our clients are usually curious about. What will my benefits be? Will it provide what I need ...

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