The Things Most Likely to Kill Us

What are the biggest risks to our lives? Some are overblown. Provided by Christian H. DePaul, CFP What are the major risks to our lives? If we look at the statistics of what claims lives, some of our collective fears … Read More

How Can You Make Your Retirement Money Last?

These spending and investing precepts may encourage its longevity. Provided by Christian H. DePaul, CFP All retirees want their money to last a lifetime. There is no guarantee it will, but, in pursuit of that goal, households may want to … Read More

What Are You Getting for the Fees You Are Paying?

As you invest, are you receiving the service and resources you deserve? Provided by Christian DePaul, CFP How much do you pay for wealth management? About $1,000 a month? More than that? If your account is $1 million or larger, … Read More

Why Are We Saving More and Spending Less?

Have our memories of the Great Recession altered our habits? Provided by Christian DePaul, CFP Consumer spending accounts for more than two-thirds of economic activity in the United States. Lately, that spending has moderated. Across the 12 months ending in … Read More

You Retire, But Your Spouse Still Works

That development may mean lifestyle as well as financial adjustments. Provided by Christian H. DePaul, CFP Your significant other may retire later than you do. Sometimes that reality reflects an age difference, other times one person wants to keep working … Read More

How Millennials Can Get a Good Start on Retirement Planning

Some simple steps may make a major financial difference over time. Provided by Christian H. DePaul, CFP If you are younger than 35, saving for retirement may not feel like a priority. After all, retirement may be 30 years away; … Read More