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Retiring Early: Can I Afford to Do It?

June 25th, 2021

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Post Covid, People Are Quitting Their Jobs, & New Positions Are Going Begging. Thinking of Joining the Great Work Exodus? Can You Afford It? Call in to Our June Financial Podcast, Featuring Pam Sams, to Find Out

June 17th, 2021

Written for the NABBW by Anne L.  Holmes As I write this, in late June of 2021, the Federal Reserve has just announced that it will keep its benchmark interest rate near zero despite signs the post-COVID economic recovery is well underway. But they have warned that rates won’t stay near rock-bottom forever. Meanwhile, we’ve all noted higher consumer prices on everything from meat and groceries and gasoline to homes – and even raw products like lumber. And our low unemployment levels ought to pave the way for improvement in last year’s near zero interest rates. Furthermore,... Read More

Cryptocurrency Basics: What’s All the Fuss About?

May 27th, 2021

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Baby Boomer Dilemma: Do I Stay or Do I Go?

April 23rd, 2021

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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

Other Episodes November 19, 2020 Pam Sams Discusses What You Need to Know When Starting or Growing a Business Listen October 22, 2020 Pam... Read More

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

November 19th, 2020

Other Episodes December 17, 2020 Pam Sams Shares Her 2020 Year-End Financial “To-Do” List Listen October... Read More

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