RBC Wealth Management recently received the J.D. Power Award for ranking highest in investor satisfaction with full-service brokerage firms. This award is based on client feedback, and we are honored to work for a company that is committed to our clients and puts people first.
Our team’s approach to retirement planning addresses retirement goals of wealth accumulation, investment planning, income planning and longevity planning. Our portfolios are tailored to our clients' needs and risk tolerance for all stages of life.
At age 65 the average life expectancy is 84 for men and 86 for women. Since you may spend 30 or more years in retirement your retirement plan needs to be designed for the long-term.
Regardless of where you are in the planning process, the Foran Group can guide you through all the stages of your retirement and address the important issues that will allow you to live an uncompromised lifestyle in retirement.
The Setting Every Community up for Retirement Enhancement (SECURE) Act changes may affect your plans for retirement. The primary goals of the SECURE Act are to expand retirement savings, preserve retirement income, simplify existing rules and improve qualified retirement plan administration. Contact us if you have questions about your plans for retirement and the SECURE Act changes.
It’s commonly observed in the financial services industry that family wealth rarely lasts across multiple generations—and a new report by RBC Wealth Management may point to some key causes. Watch the video below and download our 2017 Wealth Transfer Report: Lasting Legacy to learn more.
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The Fed now expects a nearly complete economic recovery by 2023, but we continue to expect an extended period of zero interest-rate policy beyond that.
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The U.S. government moves more like a lumbering supertanker than a speedboat that can suddenly veer off in new directions. Yet a Democratic sweep of the White House and Congress, were that to be the election outcome, would bring with it some key policy changes. We look at how this scenario could affect different market sectors and subsectors, and identify which of these could be the winners and losers. Read the full economic outlook in the latest edition of Global Insight.