At Ty J Young Inc., we often get asked, “when should I take social security?” Having social security money sooner rather than later can be very meaningful when it comes to maintaining an enjoyable lifestyle in retirement.Continue reading » When Should You Take Social Security?
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When you were a kid, you most likely kept the coins you collected in a piggy bank or glass jar on your dresser—a representation of your collective wealth at the time. Little did you know then, but saving your loose change as a child was practice for what would ultimately become vital to your future well-being: saving for your retirement. It’s important to keep in mind that it is never to early to start saving.Continue reading » It’s Never Too Early to Start Saving
The word “annuity” may inspire confusion and doubt in some people who hear it aloud or see it on paper. That’s because there are several myths about annuities floating around out there.Continue reading » Debunking the Myths of Annuities
In the year 2000, the stock market went down 50 percent. Would you have rather had a zero rate of return, or negative 50 percent?Continue reading » Zero Can Be Your Hero
Complacency when it comes to finances could mean taking on unnecessary expenses, allowing expenses to be greater than they need to be or thinking you have enough money to retire when you really don’t.Continue reading » How Much Does Complacency Cost You?
At Ty J. Young Inc., we often ask our clients this question. If you double your money, does it change your life?Continue reading » If You Double Your Money, Does it Change Your Life?
Today, Americans will get together for cookouts, fireworks and fellowship to celebrate the independence of our great nation and the fact that we are free to live our lives as we choose. Just as you have the freedom to choose your career, choose your home or even choose to walk down the street, you also have the freedom to choose security when it comes to your finances and retirement.Continue reading » You Have the Freedom to Choose Security
How do you keep your investing simple? It’s easy.Continue reading » How to Keep Your Investing Simple
Part of planning for retirement is determining to whom your assets will go when you pass away. There are several ways to go about this, but some are more arduous than others. Do you know the difference between a will and a trust?Continue reading » Do You Have a Trust?
When asked what their number one fear is financially, most people 60 and older say, “Running out of money.”Continue reading » Ways to Justify That You are Right to Want Your Money Safe