Your “How To” Guide for Financial success with time-tested financial principles that can be applied to a variety of financial situations for retirees or those planning to retire.
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You'll learn about common roadblocks to planning for a comfortable retirement - such as market downturns, taxes, inflation, lack of understanding of
the financial markers, the burden of taxes, inadequate planning, and failure to take action - and how to help overcome them.
Sound information about effective financial strategies will give you the background and perspective you
need to make more informed retirement decisions. You'll be more confident and decisive about what you want and the options you have.
This course is designed to lead you step-by-step through the retirement planning process. You'll learn how to formulate realistic goals based on your individual retirement needs, risk tolerance, and length of time to retirement.
Procrastination is the reason why people fall short of achieving retirement goals. After completing this course, you'll be ready to start taking steps immediately to help improve your overall retirement picture.
Learn how inflation and taxes could be be roadblocks to planning a comfortable retirement, as well as strategies to help overcome these obstacles.
Discover steps to help increase your income from retirement plans and other saving and investment vehicles, as well as how Social Security claiming strategies could affect your benefits.
Estimate the cost of retirement and adopt a long-term retirement savings strategy.
Become acquainted with personal retirement financial vehicles, such as Roth and traditional IRAs, as well as annuities and longevity insurance.
Learn how strategies such as asset allocation and diversification could help you manage risk in your portfolio.
We’ll discuss the various distribution options and how they may affect your tax situation and your control over your retirement assets.
Understand the financial implications of a disability and what steps you can take to help protect your family’s income.
Learn how trusts and charitable giving could help reduce estate taxes and probate fees.
Become familiar with distribution strategies that may help preserve the value of your estate.
Find out the risks involved in self insuring (assuming the risks yourself) and how you could help protect your family from the potentially high costs of long-term care.
This informative course is designed for educational purposes only. You'll receive dynamic instruction about concepts and strategies - not specific financial products and services. Your instructor will use straightforward language and real world examples to illustrate important financial information you need to know. You'll receive the latest facts and figures as well as practical strategies to help prepare for retirement. The presentation tools and handout materials are informative and visually appealing. By the end of the course, you'll potentially understand what your key areas of concern are and have a better idea of what you need to do to help improve your financial future.
The comprehensive financial workbook is packed with information to help you apply what you learn to your own situation. It's both your guide to the course and a valuable reference tool for the future. Helpful exercises give you the opportunity to plug in your specific numbers on worksheets and review how different investment and financial vehicles could affect your retirement.
Many people realize that they need to improve their money management skills and start saving for retirement. But all too often, they don’t take the appropriate steps necessary to achieve their goals.
Advance preparation may help you avoid surprises, such as having to add years to your career because you haven’t accumulated enough money, or living the rest of your life on a reduced income. By attending this course, you can acquire the knowledge and develop the skills you need to face the challenges ahead and to enjoy the rewards that retirement can bring.
With all of the unknowns and the uncertainty of the stock market around election time, one of the biggest things you should remember is to be patient and not to panic.
If you’re comfortable with the amount of risk you are currently exposed to and have the time to ride out whatever may come, you may want to stick it out and see what happens.
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