Guiding Investors To and Through a Successful Retirement
Ensuring a secure retirement was easier for previous generations. Many were able to do it on their own, without the guidance of a professional. Invest in a CD, a bond fund and other low-risk products, sit back and enjoy the ride – month after month, year after year.
Today’s historically low interest rates have raised a new set of questions for those facing retirement. Will my retirement income retain its purchasing power? Will it be sufficient to cover any emergencies? And most important, will my retirement plan last my lifetime? The answers to these questions require creativity, flexibility and a systematic, analytical process – and the guidance of seasoned financial professionals like those at CSG Capital Partners of Janney Montgomery Scott LLC. …Read More
A Guaranteed Retirement Income for Life
Everybody knows the longer you wait to take Social Security, the larger your monthly benefit check will be. Waiting until your full retirement age (66 for those retiring today) will significantly increase the amount that is deposited into your checking account each month. Holding off until age 70 will increase it even more – by 8 percent a year – once you have reached full retirement age.
But few people realize there are many other ways to increase their Social Security benefits, including the File and Suspend and Restricted Application strategies, says Dwayne Hiltner, president of Hilt Financial Group LLC. The Baltimore-based financial services firm specializes in 401(k), 403(b), TSP, IRA and CD rollovers and in creating guaranteed lifetime retirement incomes, with particular expertise in maximizing Social Security benefits. …Read More
Keeping the Nation’s Technological Infrastructure Running Smoothly
Today’s world runs on information, which moves via systems, infrastructure and applications, often involving a high level of sensitivity and security.
That’s true in government and it’s true in business. Its importance is why so many decision makers in federal departments from defense to intelligence to space exploration to diplomacy, along with state and local governments, civilian agencies and commercial industries, trust DKW Communications for their information technology needs. …Read More
Returning D.C.’s Waterfront
to the People
While this baseball season had the Washington Nationals often “going yard” in hitting home runs, just over their home ballpark’s right-field wall is where The Yards truly begins. Washington, D.C.’s premier urban mixed-use waterfront development project, The Yards, is now hitting its stride. This 42-acre waterfront site, formerly part of the historic Washington Navy Yard, is being reborn through the efforts of Forest City, a $10.6 billion residential and commercial real estate owner, developer and manager that won the rights to redevelop the site in 2004. …Read More