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James Moskito is an ambassador for creatures of the sea. While he is on a mission to protect their environment, James has an annuity that protects his financial future in uncertain waters.
The Rolling Stones are rocking and rolling across the country as part of their 2021 No Filter tour, proving that life is not about age, it’s about attitude.
Millions of Americans have been impacted by COVID-19 and its economic consequences. Many workers have been forced to put a hold on new contributions to 401(k) or other retirement savings plans, which has resulted in a big opportunity cost in terms of lost future retirement income. Some pre-retirees have even delayed retirement altogether or had to reimagine their plans to consider part-time work to improve their savings. So, if your retirement savings progress has been sidetracked, don’t panic. It is never too late to re-start saving for money you will need in retirement.
The unusual circumstances of the pandemic have created a tough environment that has driven many Americans into an early retirement.
Renee Lamoreaux spent most of her work life in fire, smoke and ash. As a smokejumper for the U.S. Forest Service, she parachuted into fire zones to battle blazes all around the country.
Without a plan for life after retirement, you may find yourself feeling restless, craving something more but not knowing where to start or what that something might be.
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As with any profession, it helps if you love what you do. But in the field of volcanology, you have to love the risk, too.
Younger investors are turning to annuities at even higher rates. Here’s why.
The U.S. is facing the greatest retirement surge in its history. The population of older Americans is growing rapidly and living longer. America is quickly approaching a moment in time where there will be more people reaching traditional retirement age—age 65—than ever before.