SageVest Wealth Management Launches Retirement Resources Center (Feb 26, 2019)

Everyone’s vison of an ideal retirement differs in the details, but common goals include a comfortable standard of living, good health, and meaningful experiences with family and friends, travel, and more. SageVest Wealth Management is proud to launch our Retirement Resources Center, a one-stop shop in support of your retirement objectives – whatever they may be! Whether you’re just starting to save, nearing retirement, or already a retiree, our Retirement Resources Center provides a wealth of information.

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How Long You’ll Live In Retirement (Feb 14, 2019)

If you shake your head and laugh at the thought of living to 100 or older, it’s time to reconsider how long you’ll live in retirement. According to the Social Security Administration, almost a quarter of all 65-year old Americans will go on to live beyond 90, and 10% will live beyond 95 [1].

People are living longer – and that costs money. If you don’t plan ahead financially, living longer may also mean living leaner. Here’s what to think about when considering how long you’ll live in retirement.

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Financial Planning Tips As You Near Retirement (Oct 12, 2018)

Retirement is one of the most significant events in your life. It also makes it one of the most critical financial planning decisions. A solid retirement plan provides financial and psychological assurance. Careful financial planning as you prepare to retire can support earlier planning and saving efforts, tie up any loose ends, and help to ensure a successful retirement. Here’s what you should focus on as you’re nearing the countdown.

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5 Reasons Women Avoid Retirement Planning (Sep 26, 2018)

As a woman, you might find yourself so committed to those you care about, your career, business, or other life obligations, that it could be tough to carve out time to address what’s best for you. Yet when it comes to retirement planning, it’s vital that you make yourself the priority. SageVest Wealth Management discusses the most common reasons women delay financial preparations for their retirement, and offers advice on how to overcome these concerns.

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How To Invest Based On Your Age (Sep 18, 2018)

With markets at record highs, now’s a great time to re-evaluate your investment portfolio and consider what opportunities may be appropriate, relative to your current and future lifestyle, and longer term investment goals. How your investments should be positioned doesn’t just depend on current market conditions, though. There’s a range of elements to consider, including your timeline, comfort level, growth objectives, current income needs, and much more. Depending upon your investment horizon, here are some key considerations on how to invest based on your age.

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National Family Wellness Month (May 7, 2018)

May marks #National Family Wellness Month, a time to focus on health and well-being together by getting active after the long winter, eating right, and thinking positive.

As a top-ranked investment and wealth manager in the DC area, SageVest Wealth Management thinks that your family’s sense of wellbeing should also extend to your finances. A strong financial foundation fosters confidence, security, and peace of mind, supporting a healthy and happy lifestyle for you and those you care about. Here are some tips to ensure financial wellness for the whole family.

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Sorting Fact From Fiction – Retirement Myths (Apr 19, 2018)

When it comes to your retirement finances, there’s a lot to think about and plan for, whether you’re retiring soon, or are several years from retirement. SageVest Wealth Management creates personalized, dynamic retirement plans for each of our clients, supporting their lifestyle, both now and in the future. Without the guidance of an experienced financial advisor, it can be difficult to know where to start, what to focus on, and how to sort fact from fiction when it comes to retirement myths.

Jennifer Myers was recently quoted in US News & World Report, discussing ‘7 Myths About Finances In Retirement’.

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Top 10 Retirement Myths (Feb 27, 2018)

You’ve probably heard some retirement myths, or read them online. While quick-fix retirement myths can be tempting, it’s important to evaluate their accuracy relative to your personal finances. Furthermore, many retirement myths are decades old, when lifestyles and retirement were far different than today.

Whether you’re a Millennial just starting out, an individual at the height of your career, or you’ve already retired, it’s vital to make the most of your retirement savings. This begins with establishing a personalized retirement plan – and reconsidering the validity of the following retirement myths.

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5 Questions To Ask Yourself About Saving For Retirement (Feb 1, 2018)

Do you have trouble envisioning your retirement? Are you realistic about both your current budget and future retirement expenses? Do you even know where to start when it comes to saving for retirement? These are all classic traits that can impede your retirement success.

The good news is that you can change your approach to retirement. Jennifer Myers of SageVest Wealth Management was recently quoted in US News and World Report and we offer five quick questions about saving for retirement, and the benefits of working with a financial advisor to achieve your retirement objectives.

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How To Know If You Can Afford A Retirement Community (Nov 22, 2017)

There’s a lot to consider if you’re thinking about moving into a retirement community. While they offer an abundance of resources that you can’t replicate at home, retirement communities typically don’t come cheap. One of your top priorities should be deciding whether you can afford a retirement community lifestyle.

It’s important to review both your current and future finances carefully, to properly evaluate the costs of retirement community living, relative to the benefits you might gain.

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