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David Lerner Associates Announces Launch of Spirit of America Income & Opportunity Fund
The fund, officially launched on Independence Day, features an aggressive approach to income-oriented products along with the flexibility to take advantage of opportunities based on changing economic conditions.

David Lerner Associates: Many U.S. Seniors Facing Severe Income Shortages
A recent analysis of data from the U.S. Census Bureau indicates that seniors in every state except for two are living off of incomes that are lower than the level of retirement income that many financial planners often recommend.

David Lerner Associates --How Safe Is Your Pension Plan?
Some financial and retirement experts are recommending that workers and retirees who are dependent on pension plans do some "what-if" scenario planning to gauge how well prepared they might be for a possible cut in their pension benefits.

David Lerner Associates: Providing Lifetime Income with Immediate Annuities
Immediate annuities offer a financial alternative to assist in meeting retirement income needs by offering a steady stream of income tailored to continue through retirement.

David Lerner Associates: A Retirement Income Roadmap For Women
It is essential to become involved in retirement planning even if you're married. Many women end up single at some time in their lives due to divorce or death of a spouse.

David Lerner Associates: How to Resolve Retirement Income Shortfalls
Without prudent planning and a commitment to saving now to make that happen, millions of older Americans find themselves with an income shortfall.

David Lerner Associates: Comprehending Investment Terms and Concepts
When you decide to start investing it's always wise to understand what you're investing in. The better you comprehend the information you receive, the more comfortable you will be with the course you've chosen.

Planning for Earned Income in Retirement
Most people these days are not going to achieve the sort of lifestyle that was envisioned for retirement even a decade ago. Many folks now retire from their regular job and then start a business of their own or work part time.

David Lerner Associates: Tax Changes for 2016
Every year we're faced with new federal tax codes, and 2016 is no different. This year's changes could mean penalties if you don't have health insurance, or they could bring you welcomed savings if you happen to own a small business.

David Lerner Associates: Women and Money - The Financial Gender Gap
The World Economic Forum's Global Gender Gap report show that women are worse off this year - the pay gap in the U.S. is now at 64 percent, down from 66 percent a year ago. That means that American women earn two-thirds of what a man does for the same work.

David Lerner Associates: Women Need to be More Hands-On Financially
It's important for everyone to keep tabs on their finances, but it seems that women lag behind men when it comes to taking control and planning for a secure financial future. Women face unique challenges that add up to different financial needs. Prudential's 2014-2015 Research Study, "Financial Experience and Behaviors Among Women," shows that although more women are taking control of household finances, they're no more prepared to meet long-term financial goals than they were a decade ago.

5 Steps for a Better Retirement
Do you worry about your retirement? According to experts, you should be worried. A Government Accountability Office analysis found that average Americans between the ages of 55 and 64 have saved only about $104,000 in retirement savings.

Are You Facing A Retirement Income Shortfall?
According to a study by TransAmerica women are far less confident of their ability to retire with a comfortable lifestyle. The same study shows that most women are planning to retire at 65, or not at all, continuing to work into their retirement years.

10 Questions for Your Retirement
The old fashioned idea of working for 40 years, retiring with a good pension, and a comfortable retirement is no longer the norm. For older Americans who are nearing retirement age, there are many factors to consider.

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