Planning matters

Ch-ch-ch-ch-Changes

Back in 1980, the United States’ share of global GDP was about 21.1%, with the U.K., Germany and France holding 13.2% in aggregate, Japan at 7.8%, while India and China represented 8.4%. Fast forward to today, and the United States’ share has grown only marginally, while the big three of Europe as well as Japan have actually declined over a 37-year period. So, where was the bulk of the growth?

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Pearls of Wisdom: Is a Retirement Community Right For You?

Seniors move into continuing care retirement communities expecting to enjoy amenities such as libraries, fitness centers, and dining rooms while they’re healthy, and to receive excellent skilled-nursing care if they fall ill. When all the pieces fall into place, that’s exactly what happens. It’s important to ask the right questions to ensure that the facilities…

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DOWNSIZING

  At some point in life, most of us decide to downsize. The children have left the nest, the home office is closed for business, scrubbing floors or the pool has lost its appeal.  We want to move toward another phase of our life plan, but as one client told me recently: “All of these excess…

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Embrace Change

It’s no secret that automation, machine learning, and robotics have arrived, but many people still don’t realize the disruption that automation can cause to even highly-skilled workers. Protect yourself from putting your financial future in jeopardy…

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What is Smart 911 and why would I need to sign up for it?

Would you know what to do if you or someone you love suffered a medical emergency? Smart 911 is a service that allows Clark County residents to create a free Safety Profile for their household that includes important information for 9-1-1 operators and first responders to have in the event of an emergency. It allows…

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