RESOURCES TO HELP PLAN FOR YOUR FUTURE
Nevada State Bank® recognizes the importance of long-range planning for life events that impact your finances: marriage or divorce, birth of a child, an inheritance, impending retirement, and the like. That's why we provide articles to help keep you informed about financial matters so you can make informed financial decisions. Click on any of the links below for informative articles that can help you plan for a successful future.
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FIVE MISTAKES THAT CAN SABOTAGE YOUR RETIREMENT
Planning for the future involves dealing with many variables, and the stakes are especially high in retirement planning, where a single misstep can leave you short of cash in your later years. Here are five mistakes you should avoid to increase your chances of a financially secure retirement
RETIREMENT PLANNING IS VITAL FOR WOMEN
When it comes to retirement planning, women are at a distinct disadvantage compared to their male counterparts for two reasons: they live longer, and they’ve saved less. Although you may not be starting from an equal position, you still have plenty of options to help you catch up.
HAVE YOU PLANNED YOUR COMPANY'S FUTURE?
Research shows that less than half of family-owned businesses survive after the second generation takes over, and only 12% survive to the third generation. One of the most common reasons for failure is lack of a formal plan to guarantee business continuity. Succession planning can be the key to a successful transition..
WHY DO YOU NEED AN ADVANCE DIRECTIVE?
With an Advance Directive, you and your family can be assured that your final wishes about healthcare will be known. You can make your own healthcare decisions instead of leaving them for your loved ones, and no one has to second-guess what you might have wanted.
ROLLING OVER YOUR 401K INTO AN IRA
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average American worker stays with an employer only 4.2 years¹. Therefore, it’s likely that you’ll eventually have to decide what to do if you leave a job where you have a 401(k) retirement account. Deciding which option is best for you may require some research, but taking the time to make an informed choice will be worthwhile in the long run.
RETIREMENT PLANNING FOR ALL LIFE STAGES
You’re never too young or too old to start planning for your retirement. The earlier you get started, the better, but the best time for anyone to start saving for retirement is NOW. These tips can help you plan for the future at each stage of your adult life.
PREPARING FOR HEALTH CARE COSTS IN RETIREMENT
Health care is one of the largest expenses in retirement, and costs are increasing much faster than the inflation rate. Have you factored medical costs into your long-range planning?
SEVEN RETIREMENT PLANNING MISTAKES TO AVOID
Retirement planning can make the difference between living comfortably in your later years, or depending on family or the government for financial help. Yet people commonly make serious mistakes that can be costly in the long run. Here are some errors to avoid...
DECIDING WHEN TO RETIRE
Many of us have dreams of what we’ll do when we retire: traveling, spending time with friends and family, or just taking it easy. But do your dreams include a timetable? Do you plan to retire at 55, 65 or 70? Do you love what you do and plan to work as long as physically possible?
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