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What Is A Reverse Mortgage, And How Can It Fund My Retirement

Reverse mortgages can be complicated, so you should always get a financial professional’s advice if you are considering one. more

Five Things You Must Do Before Meeting With A Retirement Planner

Walk into your retirement party with a swagger, fully confident in your future! Here are five things you can expect to be asked at your first meeting with a retirement planner. more

Living Local with Larry: Premier Planning Group, RetireAnnapolis

Video by Larry Sells Jason LaBarge of Premier Planning Group and RetireAnnapolis discusses retirement plans with the Voice's Larry Sells. more

I’d Love To Retire, But Health Insurance…

You need to carefully consider all of your options and choose what makes the most sense for your situation. more

What To Do With Your Old 401Ks

What do you do with your 401K? more

How to Create Your Own Pension Part 2

Annuities, generally speaking, can act like a pension plan for those who were not fortunate enough to be offered one through their employment. more

Jason LaBarge Of Premier Planning Group Empowers Clients To Pursue The Retirement Of Their Dreams

Planning for retirement can be scary. When you’re in your 50s and think about stepping away from the work that has filled your daily schedule for the last few decades, you can feel a loss of … more

Hate Annuities? You’re Not Alone

By Jason LaBargeManaging Partner, Premier Planning Group Pensions sound great! Work for a company for 20 or 30 years, contribute to its defined benefit pension plan, and receive guaranteed monthly … more

Retirees Can Give To Charity Tax-Free

For most people, the end of the year means holiday planning, New Year’s resolutions and time with family. For financial professionals like me, the end of year means something else too: Required … more

Family And Friends: An Often Overlooked But Vital Part Of Your Retirement Plan

Planning for retirement should be more than just accumulating money and allocating it within your portfolio. In fact, considering your entire situation is so important when planning your retirement, … more

Pay Yourself First When Planning For Retirement

My father is the best man I know. He was the type of father who led by example. He was not the person to constantly tell me what to do or how to do things. He would show me how to do things by doing … more

Live Within Your Means In Retirement So You Don’t Run Out Of Money

As a retirement specialist, I see people from all backgrounds with different levels of net worth and goals. In fact, it’s one of the joys I get from my profession. I get to meet people from all … more

Wealthy And Healthy: A Powerful Combination In Retirement

Last month, we talked about the 6 F’s of retirement planning – faith, family and friends, fitness, finances, fun and finality. The focus of today’s article is the third F, fitness. … more

The Six F’s Of Retirement Planning

Have you ever experienced flat-spotting? It’s when you have left a car parked too long, causing you to feel a ride disturbance or shimmy the first few miles you drive the car, until the tire warms … more

2017 Was The Year Of Deregulation

In 2017, we witnessed a great year in the market. The S&P was up 23 percent for the calendar year. The Dow Jones hit all-time highs. The volatility index, known as the VIX, which measures market … more

2017 Isn’t Over Yet

According to Forbes, only one in three Americans has saved money for retirement. Over the next 20 years, 10,000 baby boomers will turn 65 every day. If only one in three have saved anything, only … more

Planning For Retirement Is Like Climbing Mount Everest

The struggle to climb to the summit of the highest mountain on Earth at 29,029 feet above sea level is long, arduous and fraught with danger. Sir Edmund Hillary is recognized as the first person to … more

Savings And Credit

Clients often tell me that they previously thought they didn’t have enough money to work with me and that financial professionals were only for the rich and famous. Because they had only a 401k … more

How Much Is Too Much?

I am often asked by clients how much money they are going to need in retirement. They will ask whether 80 percent of their working income is enough. Is it 100 percent? My answer varies for each … more

What Is A Fiduciary?

The dictionary defines the word fiduciary as an adjective “involving trust, especially with regard to the relationship between a trustee and a beneficiary.” As a noun, the dictionary … more
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