Do You Want to Work Post-Retirement?

Financial Exploitation: What You Need to Know to Protect Yourself

A lot of retirees like to work part-time after retirement. It’s a great way to stay active, mentally, physically, and within the community. Plus, it brings in supplemental income a lot of retirees use for discretionary spending, rather that dipping into retirement or investment accounts. For some, working in retirement years is necessary — especially… Read More »

Gray Divorce

When a couple who has been married for several years decides to end their marriage, their reasons are usually complex.  It may be that after decades together, they have grown apart or because of something as devastating as an affair.   While divorce can be one of the most financially and emotionally devastating experiences a person… Read More »

Retirement Savings and You

When you feel well-prepared for retirement getting ready to stop work can be an exciting time.  For those who have some catching up to do, the idea of not being employed may be more concerning.  In a perfect world, people entering their 50’s and 60’s will have dutifully saved what they need to retire comfortably…. Read More »

When You Need to Update Your Estate Plan

Preparing an estate plan can be a multi-step process which, depending on its complexity, can take days, weeks, or even months to complete.  After everything is drafted, signed, executed, and in place, many people will file their estate plan away and consider their decisions settled and the matter closed.  As time passes however, there may… Read More »

Becoming Parents to your Grandchildren

Grandparents are often there for their grandchildren’s special events, holidays, and may even serve as regular caregivers supporting their family.  Sometimes an unexpected event such as parent’s death, incarceration, or addiction can rob children of their parents leaving grandparents to assume the parenting role.  Few grandparents expect to be raising their grandchildren.  Consequently, this change… Read More »