Investing for your retirement is an important part of your overall financial plan — and we’ve got valuable tips to consider as you put your plan together. Here are a few key things to think about, whatever your current stage of life…
Have you reviewed your financial plan recently? While it’s not a good idea to make continual changes, or to peek at your accounts on a daily or weekly basis, a thorough annual review can help ensure that you’re on the right track toward your goals for the future. We can help.
Owning a home outright is a dream that many Americans share. Having a mortgage can be a huge burden, and paying it off may be the first item on your financial to-do list.
Your financial plan is the key to achieving your short- and long-term goals. So when you’re making your plan, you need to know you’ve got an advisor who is knowledgeable, honest, and always on your side. That’s why Horizon Bank is committed serving your best interests, in everything we do.
Trying to decide whether you should pay off bills, or set aside more savings for your retirement? Whatever you do, get started now. Whether you’re paying off bills, saving for the distant future, or both, time is on your side.
As you’re going through tax documents for the past year, you may be wondering how you could benefit by making more investments in the future. Learn more about IRAs and find out which one is right for you.
A well-rounded approach to retirement planning will help ensure that you have money to last the rest of your life. But every investment involves risk
If you have the means to give charitably, your good deed can pay you back with special tax incentives. Donations can result in a tax deduction, help you avoid capital gains taxes, and minimize estate taxes after your death.
Do you have your estate in order? Whatever your age, financial status, or health, there are a few key documents that are important to have in place.
That’s tough for many of us — particularly when stocks do tumble for an extended period. But what does “long term” investing really mean?