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Friday, December 15, 2017If you're looking at your retirement fund, or you're not looking at it because you don't have one yet, you may be wondering what in the heck happened.
Well, you may have happened. Yes, life events can get in the way of saving for retirement; things like illnesses, divorce, putting kids through... READ MORE >>
Friday, December 8, 2017How will ordinary workers retire in a world that no longer offers traditional pensions for most? How will they decide if they have enough savings to afford retirement? And how can they generate reliable, lifetime retirement income? READ MORE >>
Friday, November 17, 2017Older Retirement Ages and More Social Security Changes Coming in 2018 Lauren Hamer Twitter More Articles November 16, 2017 Social Security will look a bit different in 2018. Every year, Americans eagerly await the announcement outlining the various changes being made to what many consider the most important social program in the country. READ MORE >>
Friday, October 27, 2017 We have added some new services to help our clients in finding the solution they may need!Services include:Life Policy SettlementsFinal ExpenseSpecial Needs Planning&Mortgage Insurance Hear for yourself why people trust AIM Inc.! READ MORE >>
Monday, July 10, 2017 Shopping for an Annuity? Ask These Questions First Annuity products have a bad reputation mostly due to their complexities and misconceptions. It doesn’t help that some financial professionals aggressively sell them, leading to many consumers purchasing without really understanding exactly what it is they are buying. READ MORE >>
Monday, June 19, 2017 8 Benefits of Claiming Social Security Later Here’s how to boost your Social Security monthly payments. "Every month you delay your Social Security gets you a higher monthly payment for life." You will qualify for bigger monthly payments from Social Security if you sign up at an older age. READ MORE >>
Thursday, June 8, 2017 When Should You Take Social Security? After years of paying into Social Security, those nearing retirement have some choices to make about when they should begin withdrawing their benefits. To receive full benefits, those born from 1943 to 1954 can take retirement at age is 66. READ MORE >>
Tuesday, June 6, 2017 How to Improve Your Retirement Income if You Haven’t Saved Michael Kitces sees it regularly in his financial planning practice: clients who are close to retirement but haven’t saved. “They fall into two groups — either they don’t focus on it, or they are despondent,” says Mr. READ MORE >>
Monday, June 5, 2017 Married couples have 81 ways to claim Social Security. Here's how to maximize your benefits Marriage can make life easier, but not when it comes to Social Security. A single person only has to consider nine different scenarios when claiming retirement benefits. READ MORE >>
Thursday, June 1, 2017 4 Misconceptions About Social Security A lot of people are feeling insecure about their Social Security. New surveys are always coming out showing we need to know more about our finances. One of the latest surveys that seems designed to make us worry about how we're handling money is a recent Fidelity Investments Social Security IQ Survey. READ MORE >>