Northington Blog

9.2.13

Just How Risky Is Your Portfolio?

If you’re like most people, you probably evaluate your portfolio in terms of its return. However, return isn’t the only factor you should consider; also important is the amount of risk you take in pursuing those returns.

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8.26.13

Women: Moving Forward Financially after the Loss of a Spouse

Becoming a widow at any age can be one of the most difficult challenges a woman must face. Not only is there the emotional loss of a husband, but also the task of handling everything–including all the finances–without the help of a spouse. Even if you’ve always handled your family’s finances, the number of financial and legal matters that have to be settled in the weeks and months following your loved one’s death can be overwhelming.

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8.18.13

A Retirement Income Roadmap for Women

Unfortunately, there’s no one-size-fits-all when it comes to retirement income planning. A financial professional can review your circumstances, help you sort through your options, and help develop a plan that’s right for you.

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8.12.13

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.

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8.5.13

Just How Risky Is Your Portfolio?

One of the most common measures of volatility is standard deviation, which gauges the degree of an investment’s up-and-down moves over a period of time

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7.29.13

Annuities and Retirement Planning

An annuity can often be a great addition to your retirement portfolio

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7.22.13

Five Questions about Long-Term Care

Long-term care is not just provided in nursing homes–in fact, the most common type of long-term care is home-based care. Long-term care services may also be provided in a variety of other settings, such as assisted living facilities and adult day care centers.

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2.11.13

Asset Protection Strategies Beyond Insurance

You’ve worked hard to accumulate your assets and property; that’s why it’s so important to take measures to protect your wealth.

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