When To Take Social Security Benefits?

When To Take Social Security Benefits?

On Aug. 14, 1935, President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed the Social Security Act into law to help combat unemployment and guarantee income for retirees. Roosevelt acknowledged the limitations of the act, stating, “We can never insure one hundred percent of the...
Helping Your Parents Through Retirement

Helping Your Parents Through Retirement

In 1900, life expectancy at birth in the U.S. was 47 years.1 Now that number is closer to 78, and many of today’s children could live to see 100.2 But with an increase in longevity comes a growing need for longer care of the elderly. This means more and more Americans...
Three Key Steps for Widowed Women

Three Key Steps for Widowed Women

How a widow recovers from the death of her spouse is often dependent on several factors, including the health of the relationship, whether the death was unexpected or lingering, the age of the widow, the age of any dependent children, and financial circumstances. Even...
2018 Toys for Tots Toy Collection

2018 Toys for Tots Toy Collection

We are excited to be a Toy Drop collection site for the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots program for another year. Last year with the help of our gracious team of clients and professional partners, we were able to donate 67 gifts to less fortunate children in...