Financial & Retirement Planning
Your retirement should be your second childhood without parental supervision.
You should enjoy yourself -- go play, travel, have fun! Stay out late!
To do that you must have a solid financial plan that you have confidence in. Have you ever seen change like we are experiencing now? Have you ever seen deficits like we are running? Markets so volatile? The future so insecure?
If you are concerned about your financial security, please sign up for Ken's next seminar. It's designed for those of you who are at the average retirement age, which is over the age of 50. You will also get to enjoy some of the now World Famous Oatmeal Raisin and Chocolate Chunk Cookies!
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Slowly And Kind Of Surely
May 3rd, 2015 - A relatively slow news week resulted in a relatively flat market. The economy continues to limp along in a positive direction. While we want the economy to grow more quickly, this may actually turn out to be a good thing.Read more ...
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MarketWatch: Why it’s better to give than to bequeath
Most of us don’t want to just enjoy our retirement and have enough money for old age, but to leave something behind as well. But what's the best way to do that? Should you leave an inheritance, or give your money away while you're still around? That is a very important question because the percentage of taxes owed on gifts and inheritance is the same, but one is inclusive and one is exclusive, and the dollar difference between the two is huge. - Ken Moraif
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Where Do You Keep Your Will?
When people talk to me about their wills, they often mention that they keep them in their safety deposit boxes. That makes sense, right? If you want to make sure your will and important documents are safe, you go down to the bank, open up a safety deposit box, put your documents inside the box, and lock it up.Read more ...
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