Posts Tagged ‘retirement’

Get going! 5 financial moves to make right now

Get Going! 5 Financial Moves To Make Right Now

The wait-and-see approach works for some money strategies, like your retirement investments. But other times, not doing anything is a real financial bust! Learn what money moves to make ASAP. Create an emergency fund Could you afford a significant, unexpected event like a hospital stay, a major car repair or (more…)

Understanding The Ins And Outs Of Your Credit Score

Understanding The Ins And Outs Of Your Credit Score

You’re probably aware of how important your credit score is when you’re applying for a loan or line of credit. But what do you know beyond that? Learn what your credit score means, how you can improve it, and why your credit score may differ depending on where you get (more…)

What Do Rising Rates Mean for Retirees?

What Do Rising Rates Mean for Retirees?

Interest rates are on the rise, and the Federal Reserve (often referred to as “the Fed”) may continue gradually raising interest rates in response to a growing economy and strong labor market. Retirees may wonder how rising rates will affect their finances going forward. Higher Cost of Borrowing Retirees who (more…)

Retirement Savings Milestones

Contact your Client Advisor today to map out your own retirement savings milestones. http://www.seasidebank.com. Investment products: Not federally insured Not a deposit of this institution May lose value (more…)

Can Your Portfolio Withstand a Long Retirement?

More and more Americans are living to be over 100. In fact, the number of centenarians in the United States is projected to grow from 72,000 to 600,000 by 2060.* With so many people predicted to live well past retirement age, should you expect to as well? It’s important to (more…)

Generating Retirement Income: Pros and Cons of 4 Strategies

Once you retire, you may breathe a sigh of relief that you’re done prioritizing retirement savings among all the other competing demands for your money. Congratulations; take a moment to celebrate! Then direct your attention to your new challenge: You must turn your retirement savings into a stream of income (more…)