Desiree and I just got back from spending four days in Savannah, GA. What a beautiful city full of history, gorgeous sites and amazing food! We thoroughly enjoyed the quaint feel of this place, the pocket parks that are so unique to “city living” and the true feel of Southern hospitality. Oh, and the grits.… Continue reading Lessons from Savannah: Simplicity is Beautiful.
Lots of baby boomers are hitting retirement age. And with retirement come some pretty big irrevocable decisions. One of which may be how to elect a pension. Not everyone has a pension. In fact, fewer and fewer people do as fewer and fewer companies offer them. But if you do have a pension and have… Continue reading What You Need to Know About Pension Election
I remember Father’s Day 2017 like it was yesterday, evidence of how time flies! Lucas had just been born on 5/5/17. He’s now one year old, he can walk, he’s trying to talk, and he’s officially my little buddy. He’s sad when I leave in the morning, he’s happy to see me when I get… Continue reading Happy Father’s Day!
Social Security remains a hot topic for my clients and one of confusion and concern. Unfortunately, there’s almost as much misinformation out there regarding Social Security as there is accurate information. Some of that is due to a couple key components to Social Security that were changed in 2015, due to the Bipartisan Budget Act.… Continue reading Social Security Election Strategies: Have A Plan
Retirement planning can be simple, but it’s not easy, especially if you get too focused on all of the different variables at play. After going through each of the variables we discussed in this process, we believe you have now created a baseline plan. But that’s not where the work ends. How you feel today… Continue reading Keep the Main Thing the Main Thing