Setting up a retirement “paycheck” can give you peace of mind and ensure all your basic needs will be met for the duration of your retirement through one or more reliable income streams. However, don’t neglect other crucial financial steps, like maintaining an emergency fund and planning for unexpected expenses, too.Read More
If you’re ready to take your financial planning to the next level by enlisting the help of a financial advisor, we welcome you to walk through the above six steps with us. At Andersen Wealth Management, helping you meet your needs is our first priority, and we take pride in serving as trusted partners to our clients.Read More
The Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement (SECURE) Act was signed into law on December 20, 2019, and it took effect on January 1, 2020. Overall, the legislation is intended to strengthen retirement security nationwide, but it also contains multiple changes that impact retirement and estate planning. Let’s dig into a few of the most significant provisions.Read More
We are facing something we have never faced before in our lifetimes. That is a fact and, during a time, when the news of the pandemic spreading and the recommendations on social distancing are getting broader by the day, it can be hard to feel certain or safe about anything.
As troubling as it is to watch the unprecedented market decline and hard it is to tune out the fact that you know you are losing a lot on your investments, we need to maintain our health and the health and safety of our family, friends, and neighbors as the number one priority. Covid-19 which emerged late in 2019 in China has spread rapidly worldwide since then and is a global pandemic. The measures taken by leaders around the globe have been strong leaving most children without a classroom to go to, parents working from home or without a job altogether and investors panicking about what is to come.
This disruption to daily life and to our psyches is substantial and it’s terrible. The coming weeks will not be easy, but these measures are practical and prudent.
Our Current Reality is not Permanent
The markets have made a clear statement as to what they think of this short-term reality. They have recognized that what is necessary to combat a further global public health crisis far worse than what we are seeing now will also result in a great deal of collateral economic damage. Short-term growth, which drives optimism for many investors and that, as we know, is really what the market thrives on, will be stunted. Economists have resigned themselves to the fact that a mild recession is inevitable, though experts believe it could be short-lived.Read More