Planning for retirement as a woman comes with many different hurdles and considerations that aren’t always addressed in the mainstream media. The truth is that retirement planning isn’t a one-size-fits-all solution. Women retirees often need to plan for a larger savings that matches their longer lifespans, the financial toll that caring for aging parents (or… [Read More]
The truth is, everyone’s financial situation is different. It’s tough to predict whether you’ll have enough, or whether you’re doing enough, in one blog post. However, if you take a few steps back to evaluate your goals, and work backward to create a plan – you’ll be able to start piecing together a strategy that helps to make sure you’re doing “enough” now to prepare for a fulfilling future.
In the state of Georgia, Five Wishes meets the legal estate planning requirements for an advanced directive for health care.
As you get started creating your estate plan, you may be wondering whether or not a trust is right for you. Let’s talk about what a trust is, exactly, and whether or not it might be a good fit for your family’s estate planning needs.
Have you ever heard a financial “rule of thumb”? We hear these phrases often, and they’re usually accepted as the only way to make financial decisions.