The Boomer

Time to Tackle Taxes is Now

The holidays are here and usually the furthest thing from our minds is our 2015 tax return. But you can take steps you now, before the end of the year, to increase your tax refund next year or lower the taxes you may owe.

Clock Ticks for Medicare Enrollment

We are approaching the end of Medicare’s annual open enrollment period.  This is important to remember because it is often the only time in the year when you can make changes to your Medicare health plan coverage.

Financial Reasons to Be Thankful For This Year

Thanksgiving is the time of year we gather around the dinner table to feast on turkey, stuffing and apple pie. Amidst the feast we share with family and friends, it is also time to reflect on the blessings in our lives and what we are thankful for.

Bond Basics and the Fed

Baby boomers nearing retirement should invest in bonds to safeguard their assets and reduce their risks in the stock market, but many fear with interest rates at a low level, bonds will decline in value. What should investors know about bonds?