Category: KP

Life After KP: Surviving a Bear Market in Retirement

Recent retirees have the unfortunate luck of finding themselves caught in a bear market. A number of my Kaiser Permanente clients have reached out to me, as they’re concerned about losing their nest egg if the market doesn’t turn around soon. It can be difficult for a retiree to make their assets last as long

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Helpful Information for Kaiser Permanente Retirees

As a resource for those who have retired from Kaiser Permanente, this page provides information to help guide you through life after working.  From pensions to 401(k) handling and everything in between. Many of you have asked me for insights, information or help with an abundance of varying topics. Simply put, the purpose here is

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7 Things to Consider Before Leaving Kaiser Permanente

Losing your job is a grandiose moment. Your mind is racing and you simply just don’t know how to operate. Loss of a job, especially for those with over 20 years of service,  affects the same receptors in the brain as loss of a loved one. The same  five stages of grief apply for the employee going through

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The 10 Best Things to do Before You Leave Kaiser Permanente’s Payroll

Losing your job is a catastrophic event for many folks and the people around them. While these times may seem like the lowest of lows, it is best to refrain from making abrupt decisions that could further drive you down. Here are a few tips to consider before leaving Kaiser Permanente. 1- BEFORE YOU LOSE YOUR

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A Deep Dive Into Kaiser Permanente’s Pension Plan

When I’m attempting to place a client in a specific job they almost always have questions about pension plans. Since the recent Coronavirus hysteria I’d noticed that a lot of my Kaiser Permanente clients in particular have had questions about their pensions. So to try and help them out I did a deep dive and

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