Joanne White, Investment Advisor Representative

Joanne White, Investment Advisor Representative

Investment Advisor Representative

Financial Challenges Facing Women

There are several unique issues that women face when planning for retirement. Read this Kiplinger article to learn more about them. An expert weighs in on the unique issues women face when planning for retirement.

How to Protect Yourself From Identity Theft

If you're not actively protecting yourself from identity theft, experts say, you should start now. Read this article from U.S. News for some tips. Protect your personal information and financial accounts with these tips.

How To Quickly Assess Your Financial Wellness

What exactly is “financial wellness” and are you financially well? Assess yourself with this Forbes article. If you're not fortunate enough to work for one of the growing number of companies that are now offering financial wellness programs that provide a free and comprehensive assessment of your financial wellness, here’s how you can quickly assess how you stack up:

Simply dreaming of financial success will not get you anywhere; take action now and let time work in your favor. #ForestersFinancial

7 Steps To Help Your Parents Avoid Expensive Life Insurance Mistakes

It is important that you spend the time and effort to help your parents make the right decisions regarding their life insurance. Check out this article from Forbes for seven steps to take. If your parents own life insurance they must make the right decisions to avoid expensive mistakes. This article outlines the steps to help them make the right decisions.

A Guide to Your IRA

Learn more about IRAs with this guide from U.S. News. An IRA can reduce your tax bill when you save for retirement.

Saving for College–529 Plans

Is your portfolio ready for bad weather?

James Macey thinks that investors’ emotions change over time and that a comparison to other people is inevitable. What does this mean for #investing in a volatile world?

Is your portfolio ready bad weather? For financial advisers, this is a chance to re-visit The Conversation with clients.

Words of wisdom from Benjamin Franklin…make sure that you are prepared to finance both! #ForestersFinancial

How Retirement Planning Varies by Generation

Baby boomers, Gen Xers and millennials are all facing different financial concerns. This US News article explains how generational differences can impact retirement planning and what you can do that may help improve your financial situation. Try these strategies to get ready for retirement at any age.

How to Keep Energy Costs Low

This U.S. News article gives some tips on how to lower your energy bill. What has worked for you? Save money on your electric bill with these expert-backed tips.

7 Ways To Save Thousands On Your Monthly Expenses

There are a lot of relevant ways to save on monthly expenses suggested in this Forbes article. Do you have any other saving tips that weren’t mentioned? We share with you how to save on seven common monthly bills without having to actually cut back. You could save thousands of dollars per year by negotiating your cable, gym, internet, insurance and other monthly expense. What would you do with an extra $3600 per year? Take a great vacation perhaps?

Guess who’s back in the black? Stocks. Find out why in the latest Market insight.

Worried You're Never Going to Be Able to Retire?

This Kiplinger article gives insight into how you can tackle five common threats to your retirement. Five common threats to your retirement (and how you can tackle them now).

10 Social Security Rules Everyone Should Know

Do you know about these 10 Social Security Rules? Read the U.S. News article here. These rules dictate how much you will pay into Social Security and the amount you will receive in retirement.

Words of wisdom: when you help others you also help yourself. #HelpingIsWhoWeAre #ForestersFinancial

Did you know that 21 percent of employees believe that #FinancialWellness means freedom from #debt? What does financial wellness mean to you? #ForestersFinancial

#ForestersFinancial celebrates National EMS Week and says thank you to EMS practitioners and the important work they do in our communities.

Foresters Financial Services Client Video – Teacher

Listen to one teacher’s story about how her Foresters Financial advisor helped her to achieve her financial goals and retire comfortably. #ForestersFinancial #HelpingIsWhoWeAre

This Military Appreciation Month remember to say thank you to a veteran, active duty soldier or military spouse for their service. #ForestersFinancial

The Best Financial Advice At Every Age

This Forbes article gives financial advice for every age. Read it here. Some financial decisions will have the most impact if made during a particular life stage. Here are the best financial moves you can make at each age.

Social Security: 10 smart ways to get more benefits

Here are 10 strategies that may get you more benefits from Social Security, from USA today. When it comes to Social Security, the more you learn, the more money you might collect. See how many of these ways to get more benefits could be of use to you.

At #ForestersFinancial we believe in working with communities to make our purpose a reality. This National Police Week, and every day, we thank all the officers that serve the communities we work with.

An All-Too-Common Investment Mistake

This Kiplinger article addresses an all-too-common investment mistake. Read about it here. Investors can get wrapped up in comparing their portfolio's performance to the wrong measures of success, but giving too much weight to arbitrary benchmarks can steer them into making some risky moves.

How to Beat the 2 Top Risks Retirees Face

How can you help ensure that your money will last as long as you do? By addressing these two retirement risk factors. Read the Kiplinger article here. When you combine longevity with inflation, it adds up to a perfect storm for baby boomers, who must make their savings stretch for decades. Here's how to help safely steer around the danger.

Bad things never happen at the right time. Make sure that you have enough life insurance before it’s too late. #ForestersFinancial #LifeInsurance #InsureYourLove

Foresters Financial would like to extend a special thank you to nurses, as you continue to provide the highest level of quality care to your patients. #ForestersFinancial

Cutting these unnecessary expenses will save you thousands of dollars a year

Do you want to save thousands? CNBC makes recommendations in this article which may help you do just that. By cutting out some discretionary spending, Americans could save more than $5,000 a year, according to a new report.

Hey teachers, how well do you understand your teacher’s pension and social security?#ForestersFinancial

Millennials: It Might be Time to Break Up with Cash

Millennials, I recommend that you check out this article from Kiplinger about how to put your money to work. It's seen as safe, and maybe even exciting, by many younger, stock-averse savers. But this love affair may be a lot more dangerous than they realize.

Volunteering has taught me that we always have time to do good work from the heart. #HelpingIsWhoWeAre #ForestersFinancial

A recession is eventually inevitable, but is it imminent?

You can make the difficult transition into retirement easier by exploring your expectations and desires.

Strengthen Your Retirement Security in 7 Steps

Check out these seven steps that U.S. News says may help strengthen your retirement security. Take action to reduce financial stress in retirement.

Set goals to learn more about important financial topics this #FinancialLiteracyMonth. You will thank yourself later. #ForestersFinancial

Paying for Continuing Education With a 529 Plan

You don’t have to pursue a college degree to be able to use tax-free money from a 529 college-savings plan to pay for classes. Learn more by reading this article from Kiplinger. You don't have to pursue a college degree to be able to use tax-free money from a 529 college-savings plan to pay for classes.

Contact me today to put a plan in place that will set you up for a happy and comfortable #retirement. #ForestersFinancial

Are you able to cover all of your non-retirement expenses? If not, you may want to rethink your financial strategy. #FinancialWellness #ForestersFinancial

Pay Off Student Loans Faster In 2019

Paying off student loans? If so, I recommend reading this article from Forbes for tips on paying them off faster. Here's how to pay off your student loans faster in 2019.

Celebrate Earth Day by volunteering in your community and giving back! #ForestersFinancial

How to Make 2019 Your Best Year of Retirement Yet

Make 2019 the best year of your retirement yet with these tips from U.S. News. Create a fulfilling, happy and healthy year in retirement with these smart strategies.

3 Money Mistakes Gen Xers Are Making -- The Motley Fool

Here are some of the most common financial mistakes that Generation X is making, along with some advice on how to fix them, from The Motley Fool. These financial missteps could put your retirement in jeopardy.

Why plan for #retirement when it is decades away? Because it can make a world of a difference to your retirement nest egg. #ForestersFinancial

5 Questions You Must Answer Before And During Retirement

Have you answered these five retirement questions? Read the Forbes article here. To ensure financial independence in retirement, there are key questions every retiree needs to review and answer before and during retirement.

4 Ways to Give Your Finances a Spring Cleaning

Take the time to make sure your investments, paperwork and support are in order with these financial spring cleaning tips from U.S. News. Take the time to make sure your investments, paperwork and support are in order.

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Nicole Frost - State Farm Agent Nicole Frost - State Farm Agent
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