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    • A FEW WORDS ABOUT US

      We here at Leonetti Insurance & Financial Services specialize in looking at the WHOLE PICTURE for our clients by re-allocating and re-positioning retirement assets for safety, growth, legacy planning, and income planning. We gather complete information to help our clients make informed decisions in an easy to understand manner to assist with their particular situation.
    • Farmers Insurance Group is an American insurer group of automobiles, homes and small businesses and also provides other insurance and financial services products.

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      Farmers Inurance

      Farmers Inurance

      Farmers Insurance Group is an American insurer group of automobiles, homes and small businesses and also provides other insurance and financial services products.

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    • Our primary goal is keeping our clients' money safe from volatile and risky investments.

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      Financial Services

      Financial Services

      Our primary goal is keeping our clients' money safe from volatile and risky investments.

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    • Developing the right portfolio of insurance products is an essential step toward a comprehensive financial program or estate planning.

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      Insurance Services

      Insurance Services

      Developing the right portfolio of insurance products is an essential step toward a comprehensive financial program or estate planning.

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    • Rothification?

      October 16, 2017
      Rothification?

      Rothification is a term that is being tossed around a lot as tax reform takes center stage in Congress. What does Rothification mean? Proposals vary but, basically, it’s the idea of eliminating tax deductions and deferrals for retirement savings and instead mandating after-tax contributions with a payoff of tax-free earnings down the road. This is how Roth IRAs and Roth 401(k)s work so hence the[...]

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      Are You Over 70.5 Years Old and Still Working? Take Advantage of These Benefits: This Week’s Q&A

      This week's Slott Report Mailbag looks into 403(b) plans, RMDs, still-working exceptions, and trusts. As always, we recommend you work with a competent, educated financial advisor to keep your retirement nest egg safe and secure. Question: I have a question in regards to taking an RMD from a 403(b) account. My client is still working, but only part-time for 10 hours per week. Does it [...]

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      October Retirement Deadlines

      October 11, 2017
      October Retirement Deadlines

      In a post last week, we talked about the Roth recharacterization deadline which is fast approaching. October 16, 2017 is the last date to recharacterize a 2016 Roth conversion. Another important deadline that is coming up is for trusts that became the beneficiaries of retirement assets in 2016. A qualifying trust can use the life expectancy of the oldest beneficiary of the trust to calculate [...]

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    • 2 Huge Things People Get Wrong About Retirement

      So much for the "golden years." Some 28% of recent retirees complain that life is actually worse in retirement than it was when they were working, according to a recent survey by Nationwide. The cause may be mismatched expectations. Pre-retirees tend to overestimate two factors that will be important to their wellbeing, the survey suggested: their future retirement income and their future [...]

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      Retirement in 2017: 5 Stats Everyone Should Know

      Here's the state of retirement saving in the U.S., and what to do if you need to catch up. If you read the financial news often, you may have heard about the "retirement crisis" many Americans are facing. While it's true that the average American doesn't save nearly enough for retirement, the good news is that this is a fixable problem. Here are a few statistics to give you a true picture of [...]

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      Americans are spending more money after they retire

      Most people expect to spend less money after they retire. But that might not be the case -- at least not at first. Spending rose for more than half of taxpayers during the first three years after claiming Social Security, according to a report based on tax data and analyzed by economists at the Investment Company Institute and the IRS. Those with lower incomes were most likely to be [...]

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