Smoky Mountain Trader

October 11, 2018

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Here are some of the key life events in which you might be able to benefit from the services of a financial professional: First professional job – Eventually, you will land that first job, which will offer benefits and a 401(k) or similar employer- sponsored retirement plan. Since you may not have any experience with a 401(k), you may have several questions: How much should I contribute? What sorts of invest- ments should I choose? When should I change my investment selections? A financial professional can help you review your plan and explain the aspects that may affect your investment choices. Marriage – When you get married, you and your spouse may decide to merge your finances, including your investments. But if each of you brings similar investments to the table, you might create some redundan- cies. A financial professional can look at your respective portfolios and recommend ways to diversify. Generally, the more diversified you are, the greater your protec- tion against market downturns that primar- ily hit one type of asset class. (However, while diversification can help reduce the impact of market volatility, it can't guaran- tee profits or protect against all losses.) Children – Once you have children, you'll have new responsibilities – and you'll have some new financial issues that should be addressed. If something happened to you, could your children still have the same lifestyle and educational opportunities? Would they even be able to stay in the same home? To help ensure your children's security, you may need to add more life and disability insurance. While life insurance could help pay for your children's education, you also should prepare for education costs as if you will be around. So you may want to consider an education savings investment such as a 529 plan. A financial professional can help you with your insurance and education-funding needs. Retirement – Once you retire, you will face a variety of financial decisions, but here's one of the most important ones: How much money should you withdraw each year from your retirement accounts? To choose an annual withdrawal rate that's appropriate for your needs, you should consider several factors: how much you have in your retirement accounts, how much Social Security you'll receive, what other sources of income (such as part-time work or consulting) you might have, your age at retirement, your spouse's projected retirement assets, your retirement lifestyle, and so on. It might not be easy for you to consider all these elements and then arrive at a suitable withdrawal rate, but a financial professional has the experience, training and technology to help determine a figure that could work for you. These aren't all the life events that may lead you to contact a financial professional, but they should give you a pretty good idea of the type of assistance you could expect over time. So, consider reaching out for the help you need, when you need it. Doing so could help make your life easier as you move toward your financial goals. When Should You See a Financial Professional? When Should You See a Financial Professional? Marcus Trantham Financial Advisor 6144 Cumberland Gap Parkway Suite 3 Harrogate, TN 37752-7861 Bus. 423-869-3608 Fax 888-810-2732 marc.trantham@edwardjones.com www.edwardjones.com/marc-trantham This article was written by Edward Jones for use by your local Edward Jones Financial Advisor. ( 423 ) 581-2008 Evening and Saturday Appointments Available • Home and Hospital Visits Available Litigation in all Tennessee State and Federal Courts ©SMTPUB INC Evening and Saturday Appointments Available • Home and Hospital Visits Available Litigation in all Tennessee State and Federal Courts 837 West 1st North St. Morristown, TN 37814 Next to the Chamber of Commerce C.E. BUD CUNNINGHAM Army Lt. 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