If you're like many Americans, you may not be saving enough for retirement. In fact, nearly half of all U.S. households have no retirement savings at all. But it's never too late to save, and every little bit makes a difference. This short video explains some of the simple ways you can get started.
This webinar recording discusses the non-financial aspects of making the transition into retirement, such as the emotional connection to work. During this recording, we focus on these non-financial indicators of retirement satisfaction to help you find purpose and fulfillment later in life.
Deciding when to start taking Social Security payments is an important part of your retirement strategy. You can retire and start receiving your Social Security benefits as early as age 62 or as late at age 70, but each different age has different implications. This Lessons in Financial Experiences (LIFE) video can help you make more informed decisions that account for your unique financial situation and needs.
Do you know what is coming out of your paycheck, and why? In this webinar recording we discuss the typical paycheck deductions, where your earnings are going, and how much control you have over them.
As we pass the midpoint of 2023, the market and economy are showing mixed signals about what might lie ahead. On one hand, the strong labor market, robust consumer spending, and a recent stock market rally—fueled by artificial intelligence enthusiasm—seem like reasons for optimism. On the other hand, liquidity is drying up, and market leadership has been confined to only the largest mega-cap companies. This economy and market have already shattered long-held patterns, and we expect more to come. In this video, CAPTRUST Chief Investment Officer Mike Vogelzang describes the signals investors are watching and what could be best course to follow as the rest of the year unfolds.
As you purchase assets, like a house or a car, it’s important to understand how the value of those assets may change over time. In this video, Senior Retirement Counselor Tyler Chestnut explains why some assets appreciate, or increase in value, and others depreciate, or decrease in value.
It is important to understand how to invest if you want to achieve your retirement goals. In this webinar recording we explore the types of investments that are commonly included in retirement plans, such as stocks, bonds, index funds, mutual funds, and target date funds.
Caring for and improving yourself are two investments that always generate a positive return. In this short Lessons in Financial Experiences (LIFE) video, learn a few ways you can invest in your own growth, health, and wellness.