Life after PG&E can sometimes become a difficult decision whether you want to continue working or go into retirement. Usually this decision is broken down in two categories: financially and emotionally. Here I am going to show you in this two categories why you should continue to work and the benefits that come with it.
I along with most people have been thinking a lot about health and family recently with the current Coronavirus scare. Many clients have reached out and asked me about what they should do if anything were to happen to them. Does a family member, your spouse, or close friend need to call the benefits center?
Are you divorced or in the process of divorcing? Your former spouse(s) may have an interest in a portion of your PG&E retirement benefits. “Happily ever after” and “until death do us part” won’t happen for 28% ofcouples over the age of 50.3. Most couples saved together for decades,assuming they would retire together. After a
Identifying optimal ways to claim Social Security is essential to your retirement income planning. For many retirees, understanding and claiming Social Security can be difficult. Social Security benefits are not designed to be the sole source of your retirement income, but rather a part of your overall withdrawal strategy. Knowing the foundation of Social Security