The beginning of the year is always a time to look ahead, to imagine bigger and better things. Let's look ahead, together. With a Free Policy Review, we'll check out where you stand with your insurance protection and retirement planning. Together we'll determine if any plans you laid down some time ago are still right for you, or if changes are called for.
Surveys say many Americans think the best age to retire is 61 or 62. Interestingly, many "baby boomers" wish to work longer (CNBC).
Note: it's not unusual for people to return to work while in retirement.
There is no across the board maximum age for buying life insurance. But research shows that some companies limit purchases to people under age 80. If you're considering Life Insurance, that may mean it's critical to act earlier rather than later. Contact me to learn about your available options.
Remember that generally speaking, term insurance has a term limit while permanent insurance can last for a lifetime.
Your personal Medicare Open Enrollment Period lasts for 7 months, starting 3 months before you turn 65, and ending 3 months after the month you turn 65.
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In French, bourguignon means "cooked in red wine". The wine gives this dish a glorious look and taste — just right for a mid-winter feast!
INSTRUCTIONS: Heat the avocado oil (or other cooking oil) in a large sauté pan or skillet with fitting lid over medium-high heat. Once hot, add the onion and garlic and cook until golden and fragrant — about 3-5 minutes. Add mushrooms, salt and pepper and continue cooking until the mushrooms start to brown and have released most of their liquids. Add carrots, stir to coat and then add the rest of the ingredients. Stir well and bring to a slow simmer. Cover loosely and continue to simmer for 15-20 min until the carrots are tender and the liquid has turned into a thick sauce. Remove from heat, garnish with a little bit of chopped parsley if desired. Serve with pasta or mashed potatoes, or favorite veggies. 220 calories.
A number of tasty, healthy vegetables are in season right now.*
These include broccoli, cauliflower, Brussel sprouts, sweet potatoes, and more. They're easy to find these days, good for you, and quite versatile.