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Two key numbers in retirement planning are Social Security income and Medicare premiums. Each year, the federal government updates benefits and costs. For example, for 2018: Social Security: The average benefit at full retirement age increased $27 per month to $1,404. READ MORE >>

There are several ways you can build capital to help your children when they enter adulthood. College Savings Plans > 529 Plans allow you to make tax-advantaged deposits that earn returns and can be used to pay college tuition at a later date. READ MORE >>

We are not getting any younger, but even age doesn't limit the potential to become disabled by an injury or accident. Our physical and financial responsibilities for ourselves and families can be seriously affected if we were unable to continue working, whether for a short period of time or for forever. READ MORE >>

Your policy's cash value could be a crucial resource. Whole life insurance builds cash value that can be important even before a death benefit is paid. Help if physically disabled. With a “waiver of premium disability rider” on your policy, your life insurance will remain in full force if you become disabled, and your premium payments will be waived. READ MORE >>

It's a simple question, yet one that keeps many parents of special needs children up at night: who will take care of my child when I'm gone? Any family with such responsibility knows planning for future financial costs can be daunting: thousands of dollars for adaptive equipment such as wheelchairs and possibly tens of thousands for hospital and ongoing medical and/or physical care. READ MORE >>

Life insurance is not a stationary investment. It can be a tool that helps you build wealth.  For most people, the investment in life insurance helps family or loved ones after death. You’ll want to be sure they have financial protection should something happen to you. READ MORE >>

Let’s face it. Most people put off buying life insurance for any number of reasons—if they even understand it. Take a look at this list—do any of them sound like you? It’s too expensive. READ MORE >>

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