Retirees are Rockstars at Volunteering

Retirees are Rockstars at Volunteering

According to a study conducted by Merrill Lynch and Age Wave, Americans donated $358 billion in 2014, coming mostly from families and individuals, not corporations. When it came to volunteering hours, Americans offered almost 8 billion hours for charitable causes, including helping out neighbors and strangers, church activities and political organizations.

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A Fixed Index Annuity Can Provide a Safe & Secure Income Stream in Retirement

A Fixed Index Annuity Can Provide a Safe & Secure Income Stream in Retirement

With the rising number of baby boomers facing retirement, and a rather volatile market over the past two decades, interest in annuity products to provide safe and secure income in retirement continues to gain momentum.  

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Why Women Need to Save More for Retirement than Men

Why Women Need to Save More for Retirement than Men

When it comes to gender and money, there is no shortage of statistics on how the sexes stack up. There is a narrative that states that women are bad investors, quick to spend and ill-informed about their retirement savings. 

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