Tuesday - April 20, 2021

2021 Financial Spring Cleaning

March 27th, 2021

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Is Life Insurance Worth It For Boomers?

February 26th, 2021

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Pam Sams Discusses Your Financial Calendar: Setting Up Your Year for Financial Success

January 30th, 2021

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Pam Sams Shares Her 2020 Year-End Financial “To-Do” List

December 17th, 2020

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Pam Sams Discusses What You Need to Know When Starting or Growing a Business

November 19th, 2020

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How and When to Sign Up for Medicare: Breaking down the enrollment periods and eligibility

November 3rd, 2020

Provided to the NABBW by Pamela J. Sams, CRPC, BFA, MBA and NABBW’s Retirement Planning Associate Medicare enrollment is automatic for some. For those receiving Social Security benefits, the coverage starts on the first day of the month you turn 65.1 If you are not receiving Social Security benefits at 65, you may be delaying until you reach full retirement age, or until you reach 70. If you’re coming up on 65 and not receiving Social Security benefits, SSDI, or benefits from the Railroad Retirement Board, you can still apply for Medicare coverage. You can visit your local SSA office or... Read More

Pam Sams Gives Our Annual NABBW Social Security Update

October 22nd, 2020

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Have You Budgeted for Retirement? Here’s Why You Need to Create a Strategy for Success.

October 15th, 2020

Provided to the NABBW by Pamela J. Sams, CRPC, BFA, MBA, NABBW’s Retirement Planning Associate Run the numbers. There is a rule of thumb for retirees suggesting that retirement income has a target of 70-80% of the household’s end salary, though this can certainly vary. So, years before leaving work, sit down (perhaps with the financial professional you know and trust) and take a look at your household’s monthly expenses.1 The closer your household gets to retirement, the more exact you will want to be about your income needs. You first want to look for changing expenses: housing costs... Read More

Pam Sams Talks About Medicare 2021

September 17th, 2020

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Divorcing at 50+? Why You Need a Financial Planner

August 27th, 2020

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