How to Invest My Lilly 401(k)

Jun 26th, 2018
The income that you live off of during retirement will come from three sources; your Lilly pension, Social Security, and the money that you saved in things like your Lilly 401(k), IRAs and other investments. For most people, the 401(k) will be their largest asset to meet their retirement income needs, so it’s important to … more »

What to do if Your Pension is Frozen or Terminated

Jun 21st, 2018
Steel monster- Terminator. Photo by Rostislav Kralik In 2017, only 16% of the Fortune 500 companies offered a traditional pension plan to employees, compared to 59% in 1998*. While the use of pension plans is on the decline, among pharmaceutical companies those numbers are much better, with 50% of companies still offering pension plans – … more »

3 Ways for Retirees to Protect Their Portfolios In Volatile Stock Markets

Jun 19th, 2018
Investing for retirement can be tricky by itself. A looming trade war between the U.S. and China doesn’t help to alleviate those pressures. In these volatile times, retirees should talk with their financial advisers to pick the best asset allocation strategy that’s right for them. This can help minimize the harm that markets can inflict … more »

How Recent Grads Can Use the Stock Market to Achieve Financial Success

Jun 9th, 2018
Get in the game, kid. It’s no secret that the financial stability of many recent college graduates is hampered by huge student loans. However, certified financial planners agree that the loans’ low interest rates make it possible for graduates to still take advantage of the stock market. Here’s how. Start Off on the Right Foot … more »

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