A Decision Not Made Is Still a Decision

A Decision Not Made Is Still a Decision

Whether through inertia or trepidation, investors who put off important investment decisions might consider the admonition offered by motivational speaker Brian Tracy, “Almost any decision is better than no decision at all.”¹

Investment inaction is played out in many ways, often silently, invisibly and with potential consequence to an individual’s future financial security. 

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Catch-Up Contributions

Catch-Up Contributions

A recent survey found that 18% or people were very confident about having enough money to live comfortably through their retirement years. As the same time, 24% were not at all confident.¹

Congress in 2001 passed a law that can help older workers make up for lost time. But few may understand how this generous offer can add up over time.²

The “catch-up” provision allows workers who are over age 50 to make contributions to their qualified retirement plans in excess of the limits imposed on younger workers.

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Orchestrating Your Retirement Accounts

Orchestrating Your Retirement Accounts

An orchestra is merely a collection of instruments, each of which brings a unique sound. It is only when a conductor leads them that they create the beautiful music imagined by the composer.

The same can be said about your retirement strategy.

The typical retirement strategy is built on the pillars of your 401(k) plan, your IRA, and taxable savings. Getting the instruments of your retirement to work in concert has the potential to go far in realizing the retirement you imagine.

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