Woman from Siouxland delivers her retirement

Woman from Siouxland delivers her retirement

SIOUX CITY, Iowa (KCAU) — Since the Pony Express first etched a dusty trail across the country, Americans have relied on mail service, whether on horseback or on the back of a porter. Swiss Post is only as good as its half a million employees. Siouxland Stories: The Story Behind Goat Hill and the Clay … Read more

Longtime Executive Director of the Kenan Center Announces Retirement | local news

Longtime Executive Director of the Kenan Center Announces Retirement |  local news

Longtime executive director Susan Przybyl this week announced her departure from the Kenan Center effective March 31, 2023. “It’s extremely difficult to step down after almost 25 years at the Kenan Center,” Przybyl said. “I’m leaving Kenan Center in a good place to move forward. We have strived to keep up with best practices during … Read more

The longtime Burke educator announces his retirement

The longtime Burke educator announces his retirement

From personnel reports A longtime Burke County educator, principal and administrator announced his retirement, according to New Dimensions: A Public Charter School (NDS) sources. After nearly 40 years in education, most of it in Burke County, NDS principal David Burleson announced his retirement in a letter of resignation presented to the school Wednesday. Burleson’s resignation … Read more

How to use retirement tools to pay for a disabled child’s future

How to use retirement tools to pay for a disabled child's future

For the parents of a severely disabled child, one financial challenge outweighs all others: ensuring that the child is cared for long after the parents are no longer there to help. That alone is hard enough, but it adds another conundrum: how to pass on enough savings without starving the child from government benefits. James … Read more

Chamber Hears About Small Business Pension Plans | local business

Chamber Hears About Small Business Pension Plans |  local business

At the Farmington Regional Chamber of Commerce Luncheon, held at the Centene Center on August 18, speakers Paul Meinsen and Lisa Sumpter gave a presentation on small business pension plans. Meinsen is a Certified Financial Planner and Financial Advisor to Edward Jones, whose office is at 108 W. Columbia St. Sumpter is also a certified … Read more

Best Midwest Cities to Retire on a Budget of $1,500 a Month

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Davel5957/Getty Images/iStockphoto You are preparing for your retirement and want to spend your golden years in the Midwest. However, you are more focused than ever on affordability as you will be living on a fixed income. See: 20 Best Places to Live With Just a Social Security CheckGood to Know: 15 Worst States to Live … Read more

10 retirement terms you need to know

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NickyLloyd/Getty Images Although you can quit your job at any time and call it “retirement,” having enough money to support your after-work life takes careful planning. In addition to general financial planning rules such as “pay yourself first” and “save as much as you can,” savers need to be familiar with other, more specific terms … Read more

Pooled Employer Plans (“PEPs”): Putting a little PEP into a 401k retirement plan could help protect your portfolio companies – employment and staff

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United States: Pooled Employer Plans (“PEPs”): Putting a little PEP into a 401k retirement plan could help protect your portfolio companies April 20, 2022 Ropes & Gray LLP To print this article, all you need to do is register or log in to Mondaq.com. Amid the ongoing spate of ERISA … Read more

Survey results have shown that women are almost twice as likely as men to have no retirement savings

Survey results have shown that women are almost twice as likely as men to have no retirement savings

Kostikova / iStock.com When it comes to being financially prepared for the future, women lag behind men. A new GOBankingRates survey found that nearly a third of adult women (29%) have not yet started their retirement plans. Meanwhile, just 17% of men say they have no retirement savings. In todays In the Financially Savvy Female … Read more

The Bristol Press – SENIOR SIGNALS: Retirement Savings vs Other Assets; how to make the most of your wealth

As a elders attorney and estate planner, I have found that a large percentage of my clients’ wealth is invested in retirement plans. I have reviewed many pension plans with different sets of rules. These plans include Annuity, Profit Sharing, 401(k), IRA, Roth IRA, SEP-IRA (Simplified Employee Retirement Plan), Simple IRA, 403(b) and 457. When … Read more