Roger Green, MSFS,CFP®

A report released in March 2016 by the National Institute on Retirement Security (NIRS) finds that across all age groups women have substantially less income in retirement than men. By age 65, 80% of women are more likely than men to live in poverty. Women age 75 to 79 were three times more likely to fall below the poverty level than men.

Roger Green, MSFS,CFP® | Green Financial Resources

401(k) plans remain the primary source for building retirement assets for millions of workers. Here are some ways to make the most of your 401(k):

As a celebration of this joyous Easter season, and the blessings God has given me in my lifetime, I would like to share some of my favorite words of financial wisdom from the Bible:

You may not be aware, but everyone is eligible for Medicare at age 65, even when the normal retirement age for Social Security benefits is later.  We recommend anyone turning age 65 contact the Social Security Administration (www.ssa.gov or 1.800.772.1213) three months before the month of their 65th birthday. 

Retirement planning does not end at retirement. The need to continue to grow assets to produce more income remains important for most. 

Have you heard of the Stanford Marshmallow Experiment conducted in 1972 by a Stanford University psychologist?