School Shootings: Marjorie Taylor Greene and the Tragic Cost of Politicizing Tragedy

Washington, D.C. – Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene made a bold statement during President Biden’s State of the Union Address by shouting, “Say her name!” The slogan was displayed on a T-shirt under her jacket, which featured a pin of a picture of the person she was referencing – Laken Riley, a 22-year-old nursing student who … Read more

Why Medicare Advantage is a Superior Choice for Seniors

Private insurance companies partner with healthcare providers to provide Medicare Advantage plans that offer extensive coverage, reduced out-of-pocket expenses, and additional benefits. As more seniors become aware of the advantages of Medicare Advantage over traditional Medicare, the program’s popularity is increasing.

The 5 Most Unexpected Facts About Retirement Communities

Most people’s long-term objective is to retire comfortably, preferably sooner rather than later. However, the road ahead can become hazier after people have made the monumental choice to leave their employment behind. Some retirees will move to a warmer climate or to be nearer to family and friends; others may choose to settle into communities tailored to the needs of seniors, which provide the amenities and assistance that are important to them.

What Does Secure 2.0 Mean For You As You Approach Retirement?

If you are approaching retirement age, you may be interested in the changes implemented due to a government funding bill.

The Secure 2.0 retirement provisions, numbering in the dozens, were included in the omnibus spending bill that passed Congress last week. The reforms are meant to benefit people who are saving for or are already in retirement, but some may be of particular use to those on the cusp of retirement.

The Best Places You Can Save For Retirement Without A 401(K) Account.

Without a 401(k) via your employer, saving enough money for retirement can be difficult, but it is certainly doable. If you want your money to grow tax-free, you can open a savings account or a Roth IRA instead. If 2022 is still a year in which you hope to contribute to your retirement fund, here are options to consider.

How To Mitigate Retirement Expenses

Many Americans are blissfully unaware of just how fast their hard earned money can actually fly out of their wallet, leaving them scratching their heads. Between the costs of living, housing and health maintenance, are you truly aware of how much you potentially have to work with within your budget?