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Could your retirement income dry up when you start to pull from it? Learn more.
Financial advisors are paid through either fees, commissions or both. We break down what each model means, and what you should look for in an advisor.
A retirement plan needs to do more than just save money. It should be designed to mitigate all the risks related to retirement as well. We lay those out in this video.
When it comes to calculating how much you'll need in retirement, this is what you'll need to consider.
Here are the pros and cons of five main types of investments.
Planning for retirement doesn't have to be complicated. It can be boiled down to 5 key aspects. Here they are.
Not all financial advisors are created equal. And there are more options now than ever. Here's what you need to know to make the best decision for you.
Too many people don't know where to start for retirement. It's tough to figure out how much you're going to need in retirement. Put together a plan so you know what you will need to retire.
Not all financial advisors are created equal. Depending on how an advisor is paid can you tell a lot about their intentions. Learn more.
Warren Buffet said, 'Never depend on a single income." How are you apply this principle to establish a secure retirement?
When it comes to retirement, risks are the last thing you want. Here are the most common risks in retirement.
What life do you envision for yourself in retirement? How do you even plan a budget for that? The Capital Financial Advisory Group team weighs in.
The average retirement age in America is 62, but is that the right retirement age for you?
Have you ever wondered what a healthy retirement plan needs? It starts with a budget and a strategy beyond the stock market.
Where should you be investing your retirement savings? We go over the options beyond just the stock market.
Nearly 41% of Americans aged 35-64 are expected to run out of money in retirement. What can you do to avoid the same fate?
Hear from former US House of Representatives member and television host JD Hayworth on his career, retirement planning, and college football!
The Financial Red Zone is that period about 5-10 years out from retirement. How you position your assets during that period makes all the difference in the type of retirement you'll have.
When you retire and are ready to begin receiving social security checks, there are a few options in how to claim your money. Which one you choose can make all the difference.
After nearly a decade of printing money and lowering interest rates, the stock market was making everyone rich. Now the opposite is happening. Coach Pete and Tom Hegna discuss how prudent investors can make sure they don't lose money just because the stock market is.
Investing in the stock market is attractive because of the potential of exponential gains. But as we're seeing now, the stock market is risky. Coach Pete discusses an alternative to the stock market through which investors will never lose.
Nobody wants to lose a chunk of their retirement savings to taxes. Coach Pete lays out how life insurance can help mitigate how much you owe Uncle Sam.
Based on the classic definition of a recession, the United States is currently experiencing one. How is it impacting your retirement?
Find out if your plan is really working for you and what you may need to adjust during this period of market volatility.