28 August 2014 0 Comments

Social Security Planning Tips

The Bridge When you are about to retire there are several choices that face you.  If you are about to retire at age 62 you may not want to take Social Security retirement benefits at that time due to the early retirement reduction in benefits. You might also not want to leave the workforce until […]

16 July 2014 0 Comments

Who Should Buy The AARP Life Insurance Program?

My AARP magazine arrived recently containing a full page ad with the heading:  DO YOU HAVE ENOUGH LIFE INSURANCE?  Well, I actually do have enough, but since the subject interests me, I read on.  It’s a special program only for AARP members offered by New York Life Insurance Company—one of the oldest most financially sound […]

11 June 2013 0 Comments

Do You Have More Life Insurance Than You Know About?

Most of us only think about Social Security as a retirement plan, but some of the taxes you pay go toward providing survivors insurance for the children and widows/widowers of covered workers.  In fact this may represent the largest life insurance benefit you have.  Take the case of the worker born on June 15, 1975 […]