Without fail as Tax Day approaches every year, the mind whirls while you check boxes and fill in numbers about everything you could have, should have, would have done to save more money on taxes. Could you have saved more? Invested better? Been smarter at charitable giving? Probably.
If you’ve ever played the Game of Life board game, it becomes clear that compressed into the colorful path there are various stages of life.
The term beneficiary crops up every now and again. Usually you’ll see it on an insurance form or hear about it in relation to a will, but despite the nonchalance we toss the term around with, beneficiaries are incredibly important.
Annuities have provided retirees with a safe and secure retirement solution for generations.
The term “smart home” sounds like something out of a movie on Syfy or a place where intelligent people go to converge. Yet, the concept isn’t new by any means.
Annuities are more than just financial products.
Green, clean energy has reached new heights in North America. There are more hybrids than ever on the streets, wind turbines out above the cornfields, solar panels on roofs, and even that new convenience store down the street is LEED certified. It’s not a trend; it’s a shift away from fossil fuels—oil, coal, and natural gas.
Think back to those early days in life when it seemed like everything in the candy aisle was free if you begged your parents hard enough.
After the ball drops on New Year’s Eve, we dig up our hopes and dreams and make some resolutions.
The stockings have been hung, candles lit, lights strung, and carols sung when the financial stress begins to peek behind the corners of brown paper packages tied up with string.