Kaiser Permanente employees have a unique opportunity in the next couple years which could help set them up financially for the rest of their lives. For those Kaiser nurses who have put in at least 10 years of service and are age 50 (service pension eligible) and who want a change, transitioning to a traveling
Corporations in almost every industry are in the process of trying to cut costs to help deal with the economic downturn brought on by the Coronavirus. The pandemic has taken a toll on the entire economy and companies need to take drastic measures in order to stay afloat. AT&T, for example, has expressed a goal
There has been a consistent economic trend which shows that in times of recession corporations will decrease or suspend benefits. According to CNBC, 95% of companies offer a company match or some alternate contribution program. However in that same article they stated, “Don’t be surprised if your employer pauses its contributions to your 401(k) plan
1. 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. Read more here… 2.
Stages of Retirement Retirement planning, whether you are 20 or 60, is something we must actively plan towards annually. Unfortunately, numerous polls and experts say the majority of Americans don’t know how much to save or the income they will need. Getting started… Your 20’s and early 30’s Everyone knows it’s critical to start in