• Using insurance to help protect your income

    Protecting that valuable asset is just as important as insuring your home or your car, when it comes to your family’s safety and security.

  • Gear up for covering long-term care costs

    Check it Out! Feeling prepared to meet long-term care costs—and have the care experience you envision—is easier when you take a few steps ahead of time.

  • Determine how life insurance fits in your financial plan

    Check it Out! When it comes to life insurance, you might feel like you have more questions than answers. Do I need it? If so, when should I get it? What kind makes the most sense? How much should I have?

  • Timing is everything: Using annuities as a retirement-planning tool

    Timing when you plan to retire is usually focused on your personal goals and circumstances. Market conditions or the economy often don’t play a part in the equation.

  • Don't let health & long-term-care costs consume your retirement savings

    Health and long-term care costs are often some of the largest expenses we face in retirement. Janney’s Head of Investment Solutions, Jessica Landis, suggests exploring an alternative to the pay-as-you-go approach most people use to cover these costs.

  • Reposition assets for tax-efficient wealth transfer

    If you’re close to or in retirement and asking yourself how you can best pass your wealth on to your heirs, repositioning some of your investments may be a tax-efficient way to leave a larger financial legacy.

  • Planning for end-of-life costs with your legacy in mind

    Senior Estate Planner Mike Repak explains how establishing an end-of-life health care plan can protect the value of your legacy.

  • Maximizing your pension with life insurance

    If you participate in a traditional pension plan (known as a defined benefit plan) with your employer, you may receive monthly benefits from the plan after you retire.

  • The fundamentals of disability insurance

    Disability insurance pays benefits when you are unable to earn a living because you are sick or injured. Most disability policies pay you a benefit that replaces a percentage of your earned income when you can’t work.

  • Hybrid long-term care insurance: Is it right for you?

    For many, long-term care (LTC) insurance can help protect personal assets from a catastrophic illness. However, some may find LTC premium costs are too high to justify the expense for a benefit they may never use.

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