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Going through a divorce or a separation after a long-term relationship can be one of the most emotionally taxing experiences in a person’s life.Read the blog
As you approach your golden years, it’s important to consider your retirement income planning to make sure you have the money you need to enjoy them.Read the blog
To learn more about the changing landscape, Midland National recently surveyed hundreds of individuals about how COVID-19 has impacted their finances. Nearly half of the respondents agreed that the pandemic has influenced the way they manage money and how they save for retirement.Read the blog
Whether or not you’ve been affected by COVID-19, it’s important to have a focused plan for your finances. Today’s uncertainty could very well impact your life and your financial security. Here are some ways to help effectively manage your finances during the pandemic.Read the blog
Annuities are often misunderstood. Many people may find them difficult to understand and navigate these insurance products due to misinformation, rumors, and myths. As a result, many individuals are put off from the idea of purchasing an annuity.Read the blog
Tax deferrals that most IRAs, retirement and profit-sharing plans are afforded don’t last forever. Whether you’re ready for retirement income or not, IRS rules require that you start drawing down your savings from certain types of accounts when you reach a certain age.Read the blog
FIAs offer the opportunity for tax-deferred growth, and many give you the option to generate guaranteed, lifetime income within the same product while protecting your premium from market volatility.Read the blog
When it comes to sustaining retirement income, people often place importance on the average rate of return. However, what might be more impactful is not the average return, but the order of returns.Read the blog