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Signing up for Medicare: what you need to know.

At JenniferLangFinancialServices.com we offer clients a detailed Social Security and Retirement Planning action plan to help to help guide..

How To Meet Your Retirement Goals In 3 Easy Steps

Do you know the three main things to consider to help fund your retirement income? In order to talk practically about retirement, you need t

What's Your Parent's Plan For Care?

Have the care you want, while protecting your assets, your family and your future. There are options that can give you financial flexib

Learn How To Make Smarter Choices About Retirement

Even if you consider yourself a conservative investor, remember that stocks historically have provided higher long-term total returns than c

Thinking About Early Retirement?

If you’ve built up a large balance in 401(k)s, rollover IRAs and other tax-deferred accounts it's possible to manage how much of you are tax

Social Security: The 64,000 Dollar Question

One of the most common questions people ask about Social Security is when they should start taking benefits.

What Should I Do With My Old 401(k) or Employer Plan?

Your employer plan is typically your most valuable retirement asset, and how you handle it could have major financial implications now and

How To Reduce Social Security Taxes In Retirement

Combining taxable IRA and retirement plan income with Social Security income in the same year causes retirees’ effective tax rates to soar.

Why Medicare Should Be Part of Your Retirement Strategy

Medicare takes a little time to understand. As you approach age 65, familiarize yourself with its coverage options, costs, and limitations.

Caring for Aging Parents

Whatever your relationship with your parent has been, this new phase of life will present challenges for both parties. By treating your pare

Medicare vs. Medicaid

Medicare and Medicaid are both health insurance programs administered by the government, there are differences in covered services and cost-

The A, B, C, & D of Medicare

Many pre-retirees are frequently warned that Medicare will only cover a maximum of 100 days of nursing home care (provided certain condition