Retirement: Living in Retirement
Activities like travel and a comfortable lifestyle often form only part of a person's retirement dreams. Many want to leave a financial legacy to their family or an organization they care about. How best to do that? There are many things to consider. Let us show you how to begin.
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Keeping Yourself Current
Over the years, you've undoubtedly accumulated numerous financial accounts, some of which you may have forgotten about. Perhaps you have a long dormant IRA. Or a 401(k) account from when you worked at a previous employer. Maintaining a current record of all of your financial assets and where your critical documents are kept is extremely important and can help you and your loved ones in the case of an emergency.
Securing Your Wealth Through IRAs
Individual retirement accounts (IRAs) and Roth IRAs are important tools to help save for a secure financial life after you leave the workforce. They can also be used to pass down assets to your beneficiaries, whether they be family members, friends, or charitable organizations
Creating a Legacy
Trusts and other estate planning tools help people manage their assets during their lifetime and preserve them for their heirs. Learning about these options can help you simplify your finances, protect your property, and leave a financial legacy.