Retirement Planning

Don’t Fly Blind

by Craig Moser on October 11, 2019

There’s a saying that “Failing to plan is planning to fail.” When certain life-changing events happen, it’s so important that we create a plan, or adjust your existing one. This is the single best way to ensure you keep moving […]

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Build Your Diversified Income Plan

by Craig Moser on September 13, 2019

Having a strategy to generate income you can’t outlive can give you peace of mind.  To help defend your future against inflation, market ups and downs, unexpected expenses, and longevity, I encourage you to build a diversified income plan. Funding […]

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Your Financial Roadmap

by Craig Moser on July 19, 2019

Let’s face it, you know all of your financial information, or at least who to contact to get it.  But do you share that information with your family?  If not, I suggest creating a roadmap to locate important financial information.  […]

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Five Common Retirement Mistakes

by Craig Moser on June 21, 2019

These days, planning for retirement isn’t just a luxury. It’s a necessity. Retirement has become too complex to just pick a day to stop showing up for work. You have to factor in savings, expenses, taxes, and other spending. And […]

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RMD Rules

by Craig Moser on May 10, 2019

At age 70 1/2, you begin taking Required Minimum Distributions (RMDs), from your IRA or qualified plan.  To determine the amount, divide your account balance on December 31 of the previous year (adjusted for outstanding rollovers and transfers) by your […]

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The Six W Questions of Retirement

by Craig Moser on April 12, 2019

Do you remember learning the six “W” questions in grade school?  They are: Who, What, When, Where, Why and How.  You probably remember these, but do you know the Six W Questions Retirement?  Answering these questions help you determine the […]

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Roth IRA Rules

by Craig Moser on February 26, 2019

Roth IRAs offer a unique trade-off.  You pay taxes now on money contributed or converted to a Roth IRA.  In exchange, your future earnings and withdrawals are tax-free.  However, there are rules that must be followed.  Because we don’t want you […]

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How Much Money Should I Save For Retirement?

by Craig Moser on December 28, 2018

I’m often asked “How much money should I save for retirement?”  Well, your journey toward retirement has twists and turns unique to you.  Likewise, your retirement goals are probably different from mine and that of your neighbors’.  Although there isn’t […]

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Getting Tax Efficient

by Craig Moser on November 30, 2018

I frequently see people losing money to taxes.  Usually it’s because they don’t consider (or understand) the impact different types of investments have on taxes.  The trade-off of getting tax efficient is accepting short-term costs for long-term benefits.  Below are […]

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