4 Retirement Planning Considerations You May Be Neglecting

No one can see into the future, and none of us can predict what tomorrow will bring—let alone what life might be like a year or a decade into the future. Rather than be an argument against retirement planning, this is actually a sound argument in its favor: You can’t...

Is Life Insurance Just for the Married?

There are many misconceptions about life insurance, starting with the all-too-common assumption that it is an investment product made with married people and parents in mind. The implication of this myth is that single, childless people are alone in the world and have...

Don’t Ignore Disability Insurance

Most individuals spend plenty of time finding ideal rates on home and auto insurance—but what about disability insurance, which could replace lost income if you ever found yourself injured or sick and unable to work? This is perhaps the most ignored of all insurance...

The Importance of Long-Term Care Insurance

You may have a well-developed and thoughtfully conceived investment plan—and that plan could still fail. Its failure may have nothing to do with the investments themselves. The plan could fail because the family breadwinner dies prematurely and does not have...

What’s the Missing Component in Your Retirement Plan?

There are many retirement planning articles out there, including several right here on the Stonepath Wealth Management blog. And we’ll be honest: You’re going to see a lot of overlap between these articles. Things like saving early, understanding cumulative interest,...