Putting Your Retirement Interests First: A Prioritized Approach To Protect Your Future and Turn Your Dreams Into Reality
In Putting Your Retirement Interests First, authors Robert Cannon and Shon Peil explain in simple language and illustrate through real stories how to eliminate the confusion of planning for your retirement. You’ll understand why your retirement should be a top priority and how to ensure your future is properly protected. Each chapter focuses on one of the primary areas you’ll need to address to ensure a safe and secure retirement. By addressing each properly, you’ll create your own Retirement Shield using a prioritized approach to protect your future and turn your dreams into reality by Putting Your Retirement Interests First. Inside you’ll learn about the Primary Retirement Shield areas:> Social Security — When to take it and how to increase it> Income for Life — How to continue receiving a paycheck in retirement> Taxes — What to do to lower or eliminate them altogether> Long-Term Care — Why this is so critical and how to pay for it> Life’s “What If” Scenarios — Where you should look to avoid dangerous circumstances You’ll also hear from people like you who have created their own Retirement Shield to protect their income, provide for their health, and prepare themselves to enjoy the rest of their life without worry or concern. Retirement should be the best years of your life. Make this true for yourself by reading and applying what you learn in Putting Your Retirement Interests First.
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Weekly Market Commentary
Weekly Market Commentary - 9/15/2023 -Darren Leavitt, CFA It was a roller coaster ride on Wall Street this week, with early-week gains met with a late-week sell-off. Investors cheered the largest IPO of the year that saw Arm Holdings come to market 10x oversubscribed...
-Darren Leavitt, CFA The holiday-shortened week ended with losses for both US equities and Treasuries. Apple shares tumbled on the news that the Chinese government would ban the use of the iPhone at government agencies at all levels of government. The news comes in...
By Ian Berger, JD IRA Analyst Follow Us on X: @theslottreport The August 28, 2023 Slott Report summarized IRS Notice 2023-62, where the IRS delayed the effective date of the SECURE 2.0 rule requiring catch-up contributions by higher-paid older employees to be made on...
By Sarah Brenner, JD Director of Retirement Education Follow Us on X: @theslottreport Question: My name is Bruce. I am 65 years old, and I have a question about the SECURE Act. My mother died at age 89 on April 19, 2023, and I inherited her IRA. She had been receiving...
Market Review and Outlook
Monthly Commentary - June '22 -Darren Leavitt, CFA It was just an ugly month of June for investors and for that matter the 1st half of 2022. All asset classes seemed to fall except for the US dollar. The month started with a “peak inflation” narrative that was...
Monthly Market Commentary – April ’22 -Darren Leavitt, CFA Global financial markets had a rough month in April. Inflation continued to be top of mind for investors as data continued to show historic increases in prices. The Federal Reserve still appears to be behind...
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Robert Cannon, AIFA® is a fiduciary financial advisor. A fiduciary financial advisor is held to the highest legal and ethical duty to represent his clients’ best interests regarding their total asset portfolio management. As a result of this licensing, we are happy to announce that we now offer our clients Assets Under Management opportunities an SEC Registered Investment Advisor that specializes in building actively managed investment portfolios based on your goals and objectives.
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As a fiduciary, we are not paid commissions. Rather we are incentivized to grow your portfolio. The more you grow, the more we grow.
The last decade has shown us that the traditional buy and hold strategy of investing may not be the most efficient due to changing global valuations and extreme price movements. Instead of being constrained to a “fixed mix” of asset classes, FIA employs tactical asset allocation which allows the portfolio manager to change the mix of asset classes, find value across the entire global palette of asset classes and, if needed, move to cash.
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