Martin Walcoe

Lifestyle

Your Lifestyle After Retirement

Your Lifestyle After Retirement

  You’ll probably find that like most people -you’re living your life primarily in the “now.” You’ve worked hard and are making enough to meet the mortgage on the home that you really like, in the neighborhood that suits you. You might have a boat that you take out on [...]

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Lifestyle

Summer Drawing to a Close

Summer Drawing to a Close

  In two weeks Americans will celebrate Labor Day for the 132nd time since the holiday was first recognized in 1882. The holiday marks the unofficial end of summer, and it’s celebrated by many people with parades, picnics, cookouts and trips to the beach or the lake. This makes it [...]

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Finances

Investing Basics: What You Should Know

Investing Basics: What You Should Know

  Most people have their attention focused on earning money. But what you do with that money is just as important. Once you have the money, there are four main things that you can do with it: 1) Spend it 2) Save it 3)  Invest it 4) Give it away. [...]

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Finances

Whole Life Insurance – Do You Need it?

Whole Life Insurance – Do You Need it?

  Part of living the good life is financial freedom and peace of mind. One of the most devastating blows to living the good life is the loss of a loved one.  Apart from the emotional loss, there can also be financial loss. Many families purchase life insurance in order [...]

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Retirement

How To Save for Retirement Regardless of Your Income

How To Save for Retirement Regardless of Your Income

It’s not uncommon for people to put off saving for retirement because they don’t think they earn enough money to open a retirement savings account. This is especially true for young people for whom retirement may be at least three or four decades away. Retirement is so far away, and [...]

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Retirement

Review Your Pension Plan

Review Your Pension Plan

Just a year ago the city of Detroit officially filed for bankruptcy, becoming the largest municipal bankruptcy filing in U.S. history by debt, which is estimated to be between $18-20 billion. The practical result of this bankruptcy filing for city workers and retirees is that their pensions could be reduced, [...]

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