Financial advisors have a great opportunity to help clients harboring misunderstandings of common systems with significant financial impact. Using education and visualization of these systems, it’s possible for advisors to add significant value to their client’s lives. We recently wrote about how Social Security claiming strategies can still offer a significant savings – $114,000 on average. Read more about How can financial advisors add significant value for clients?[…]
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Check out these five Social Security issues to discuss with clients in 2017. Big changes in Social Security next year could cost clients some of their benefits. Read the article from Financial Planning.
We’re looking forward to a new year in a new space! As we look back at 2016, a lot has changed. In January, we launched Covisum, which means “shared vision” and represents our commitment to help our advisors and their clients make better retirement decisions. This new company formed out of the success of Social Security Timing®, Read more about New beginnings[…]
The Covisum support team is here for you, when “not just anybody” will do. One of our founding principles is to provide awesome support for our subscribers. One way we do that is through our expert support team. As experts in our software programs and the complex rules our software helps navigate, you can count on us Read more about Help — I need somebody![…]
The reports of the death of Social Security planning have been greatly exaggerated. A year after its passage, we look at how the legislation’s elimination of two key Social Security claiming strategies has impacted clients and financial advisors. When lawmakers passed the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015 in October of that year, predictions circulated that Read more about Dead or alive?: Social Security planning a year after Bipartisan Budget Act[…]