Diversification, Patience, and Consistency

Three important factors when it comes to your financial life. Regardless of how the markets may perform, consider making the following part of your investment philosophy: Diversification. The saying “don’t put all your eggs in

Establish Your Gospel Legacy

Make an eternal impact by naming your church or other ministry in your will or estate plan! An important part of our Christian heritage in America is that we are provided opportunities for making gifts to charitable

Preparing to Sell Your Business

What is your exit strategy?   Your company is ripe for sale. Now what? These days, your children or employees may not necessarily want to take over your business, but you still want to sell

Taking Charge of Your Financial Life

Delegating responsibilities to others may lead to problems down the road. When you are putting together a household, it isn’t unusual to delegate responsibilities. One spouse or partner may take on the laundry, while another

Are You Retiring Within the Next 5 Years?

What should you focus on as the transition approaches? You can prepare for your retirement transition years before it occurs. In doing so, you can do your best to avoid the kind of financial surprises

Taking a Loan from Your Retirement Plan = Bad Idea

Why you should refrain from making this move. Thinking about borrowing money from your 401(k), 403(b), or 457 account? Think twice about that because these loans are not only risky, but injurious, to your retirement

When You Retire Without Enough

Start your “second act” with inadequate assets, and your vision of the future may be revised.  How much have you saved for retirement? Are you on pace to amass a retirement fund of $1 million

Is Generation X Preparing Adequately for Retirement?

Future financial needs may be underestimated. If you were born during 1965-80, you belong to “Generation X.” Ten or twenty years ago, you may have thought of retirement as an event in the lives of