Financial & Retirement Planning
Your retirement should be your second childhood without parental supervision.
You should enjoy yourself -- go play, travel, have fun! Stay out late!
To do that you must have a solid financial plan that you have confidence in. Have you ever seen change like we are experiencing now? Have you ever seen deficits like we are running? Markets so volatile? The future so insecure?
If you are concerned about your financial security, please sign up for Ken's next seminar. It's designed for those of you who are at the average retirement age, which is over the age of 50. You will also get to enjoy some of the now World Famous Oatmeal Raisin and Chocolate Chunk Cookies!
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CNBC “CLOSING BELL” - Thursday, March 6, 2014
Ken Moraif appeared on CNBC alongside hosts Kelly Evans and Bill Griffeth to discuss market direction throughout 2014. During the appearance, Ken forecasted where he expects the market to head over the coming months, outlining that investors could see the Dow reaching 18,000 before the end of the year. “We think momentum is going to pick up, and if we get good economic data, it could encourage investors to participate in the market,” he said.
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April 12, 2014
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Everything Was Going Along So Well Until…
April 12th, 2014 - At the close on Wednesday the Market was actually up for the week. What followed was a good old-fashioned beat down of the technology sector and with it the broad Market as well.
After the dust settled, the Market dropped over 2 ½% in just one week!Read more...
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Almost Too Good to Be True: Social Security’s Restricted Application
Eighty-one. That’s how many different ways you can apply for Social Security benefits. No wonder people are confused. One of these confused people emailed me the other day. He had heard of a particular Social Security benefits arrangement that sounded too good to be true, so he wanted to run it past me. Here’s the situation he laid out:Read more...
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