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When the Harvest Comes

Sean HarrisIncome, Investment, Planning, Retirement, Savings, Social Security

The most common retirement mistake we see people making is that they put off planning or they just do nothing. Perhaps they have a lot of other urgent priorities in their lives, or maybe they’re frustrated by the complexity of devising a strategy. Procrastination is the enemy of the retirement you deserve. Here are three reasons why beginning your retirement … Read More

Don’t Let Your Retirement Savings Get the (T)ax

Sean HarrisIncome, Investment, Planning, Retirement, Savings

Contribute. Contribute. Contribute. For those with limited knowledge of retirement planning, this is the conventional wisdom. And it is, in fact, wise to contribute early and often to your retirement account (or multiple accounts, if you possess a bit of financial savvy). For most people, though, too much of the emphasis is on accumulating capital in a 401k or IRA … Read More

Life to The Fullest

Sean HarrisIncome, Legacy, Planning, Retirement

“Happiness is not something ready-made. It comes from your own actions”. I wish we could attribute that quote to ourselves, but it came from someone far wiser than us. Instead, we like to say, “Life is short. Plan to enjoy it,” same sentiment, right? The point is this: we often dedicate so much of our lives to fulfilling the obligations … Read More

Retirement: The New Status Symbol

Ashley CorneliusIncome, Planning, Retirement

A lack of savings among many U.S. households could mean a change in the perception of retirement. It used to be a foregone conclusion that once you were too old to work, you retired. That’s not always the case anymore. More than a third of U.S. households in prime earning years or later have no retirement savings and no access … Read More