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After extensive polling, the number one concern for most retirees is outliving their income. Much of today’s workforce do not have enough to guarantee success in retirement, and a recent study found that the average median savings of millennials is only $8,000—promising that adequate saving for retirement will be a problem for a long time to come. For this reason, and for the struggle I see and work I do on behalf of my clients every day, I wanted to discuss a few factors that can erode retirement designated wealth, as well as pose some solutions.

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Wayne Slattery, Financial Advisor in the Wealth Management Division of Sapers & Wallack, answers questions about our June blog, “How to Not Outlive Your Income”. Share this postFacebook0TwitterLinkedinPinterest0

There’s a lot to like about investing in a Roth IRA, Roth 401(k) or Roth 403(b), especially if you’re young or expect to be in the same (or higher) income tax bracket when you retire. Any money you invest in … Continue reading

Retirement distribution planning is not what it used to be. People are living longer, cost of living expenses are on the rise, and healthcare costs are easily outpacing wage increases and the market. Now, more than ever, creating and sticking … Continue reading

Scott Tuxbury, Vice President and Leader for the Retirement and Wealth Management Practices at Sapers & Wallack answers 3 questions about our February blog, “Reimagining Retirement Distribution Planning”. Listen to our podcast here: Share this postFacebook0TwitterLinkedinPinterest0

Most people make a concerted effort to plan and save for retirement, but many fail to account for the projected toll that health care costs will take on their mandatory expenses throughout their retirement. There is a common misconception that … Continue reading

Unclaimed Retirement Benefits: Do you have money lost in old 401(k)s and pensions? There has been a wave of reporting over the last few years around the vast sums of money in unclaimed accounts in the US. Millions of Americans have … Continue reading

What pre-retirees owe could compromise their future quality of life.The key points of retirement planning are easily stated. Start saving and investing early in life. Save and invest consistently. Avoid drawing down your savings along the way. Another possible point … Continue reading

With the end of the year approaching, now is the time for high income earners to assess whether a defined benefit plan makes sense.A defined benefit plan allows the highest deductible contributions of any retirement plan.  This plan allows you … Continue reading

As life expectancies continue to rise, coupled with historically low interest rates, the prospect that retirees face of running out of retirement funds is very real. Given the average life expectancy of a 65 year old female is age 90 … Continue reading