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New Blog from Miami Retirement Planner Michael Ladin Spells Out Social Security Changes to Expect in 2017

Social Security beneficiaries will see a slight increase of 0.3 percent—about $5 monthly—in their Social Security payments in 2017. A new blog from Miami, Florida retirement planner Michael Ladin titled, “6 Social Security Changes that are coming in 2017,” breaks down the most notable changes that will affect Baby Boomers and retirees. Ladin focuses on six changes that he says will most affect beneficiaries, particularly the cap increase on the amount of workers’ earnings that will be subject to Social Security taxes in 2017.
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Estate Planning is not just for the very wealthy. You need estate planning too, no matter how little you think you have to leave behind

On the topic of estate planning, Warren Buffet once said: ”I want to leave my children enough that they feel they can do anything, but not so much that they do nothing.” Naturally, Mr. Buffet was making light of pretty weighty topic, especially for a man with a roughly $74 billion estate to plan for. But if you’re among the majority of middle class Americans who think estate planning is for people like Warren Buffet and not you, you have another think coming.
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New Blog by Retirement Advisor Jeremy Keating Targets Common Retirement Planning Mistakes

San Diego financial advisor Jeremy Keating of Capital Income Advisors( CIA) released a new blog titled, "Five Common Retirement Planning Mistakes You Don't Want to Make," focusing on common mistakes people make in their preparation for retirement, and offering common-sense tips to avoid making them. As the largest generation of retirees in U.S. history streams into retirement, they enter their golden years with uncertainties and challenges that no previous generation of retirees have faced. Most notably, baby boomers are the first generation to self-fund their retirement, after traditional corporate pensions were phased out in the late 1970s and replaced with employer-sponsored 401(k) savings plans.
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Miami Retirement Planner Michael Ladin Talks Life Insurance Strategies for Retirees in New Blog

Retirees can utilize life insurance to benefit themselves and their families in a variety of ways, according to Miami, Florida-based retirement planner Michael Ladin of Ladin Financial Group. In a new blog titled, “Life Insurance Strategies That Can Benefit Retirees,” Ladin discusses life insurance and the role it plays in providing a financial upper hand in retirement, as well as protecting heirs from losing inheritance money to taxes.
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Rolek Retirement Strategies Presents Retirement Planning Course at LaSalle University

Kyle Rolek CFP® of Rolek Retirement Strategies will be instructing “Retirement Planning Today,” an adult learning program and workshop to be scheduled at a variety of colleges in the Philadelphia area. The first program will be held in November at LaSalle University’s Bucks County Center in Newtown, Pennsylvania. Retirement planning in today’s economic environment poses challenges that most aging Americans don’t foresee. Through this formal adult learning program, Rolek—a certified financial planner—brings his expertise in retirement planning into the classroom to help re-retirees and newly retired individuals empower themselves to make informed decisions regarding their financial future.
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New Blog from LPAG’s Stewart Fields Advocates Behavioral Finance Strategies for Retirees

The concepts of behavioral finance are fast becoming fundamental in a variety of professional and corporate environments, including retirement planning. The psychology of decision-making—what motivates people to make decisions, both good and bad—is the subject of a new blog from Lake Point Advisory Group’s Stewart Fields, a retirement and wealth management advisor who focuses on the long-term financial needs of retirees.
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Estate Planning is Critical to Everyone, Not Just the 1 percent, According to New Blog from San Diego Retirement Planner Jeremy Keaton of Capital Income Advisors

In the latest chapter of his “The Retirement Formula: The Retiree’s Guide to What You Don’t Know” retirement advisory series, San Diego financial advisor Jeremy Keating of Capital Income Advisors(CIA) offers straight talk on estate planning strategies for all retirees—not just the 1 percent. Keating discusses the chapter in a new blog titled,"Estate Planning is not just for the very wealthy."
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Dustin Javier, Certified Financial Planner, Announces Financial Services Focused on Chicago’s Filipino Community and its Unique Needs

Certified Financial Planner Dustin Javier, owner of Dean Johnson Advisory, LLC in Downers Grove, IL, announces financial and retirement planning services designed specifically for Chicago’s distinct Filipino population. Dean Johnson Advisory is the first financial consulting firm to focus on educating and empowering the Chicago-area Pinoy community by assisting families with retirement strategies, college planning and investing for financial growth.
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New Blog from Miami Retirement Advisor Michael Ladin Examines the “401(k) Generation” Volatility Threat

America’s retiring Baby Boomers have begun withdrawing their nest egg cash from tax-deferred retirement savings plans like 401(k)s and IRAs at a rate that exceeds incoming contributions. This epic about-face after decades of steady expansion among retirement savings plan coffers should surprise no one; retirement was inevitable for America’s 76 million aging Boomers.
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