Northington Blog

4.15.13

A Retirement Income Roadmap for Women

Whatever your goal, you’ll need a retirement income plan that’s designed to support the retirement lifestyle that you envision, and minimize the risk that you’ll outlive your savings

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3.4.13

Adjusting to Life Financially after a Divorce

In addition to the emotional impact a divorce can have, it’s important to be aware of how your financial position will be impacted. Now, more than ever, you need to make sure that your finances are on the right track. You will then be able to put the past behind you and set in place the building blocks that can be the foundation for your new financial future.

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2.25.13

Should I sign a prenuptial agreement to protect my assets when I remarry?

A prenuptial agreement can ease your mind by spelling out what assets and liabilities each partner is bringing into the marriage, and by determining how money or property brought into the marriage or acquired during the marriage will be divided if the marriage ends either in death or divorce

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2.19.13

Women and Money: Taking Control of Your Finances

With a financial plan in place, you’ll be better able to focus on your financial goals and understand what it will take to reach them

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2.4.13

Women: Living in the Sandwich Generation

The day-to-day demands of caring for both an aging parent and children can put a tremendous strain–both emotional and financial–on the primary caregiver

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1.22.13

A Retirement Income Roadmap for Women

Establishing a target age is important, because when you retire will significantly affect how much you need to save

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1.14.13

How Women Are Different from Men, Financially Speaking

Whether through choice, divorce, or death of a spouse, more women are living on their own. This means they’ll need to take sole responsibility for protecting their income and making financial decisions.

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1.7.13

Asset Protection for Women: Beyond Insurance

Asset protection planning is the process of arranging your financial affairs to prevent or at least minimize the risk of your assets being used to satisfy claims of future creditors or claimants.

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1.3.13

Adjusting to Life Financially after a Divorce

Although it can certainly be done on your own, you may want to consider consulting a financial professional to assist you in adjusting to your new financial life.

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12.11.12

A Woman’s Guide to Health Care in Retirement

It’s particularly important for women to factor in the cost of health care, including long-term care, as part of their retirement plan.

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