The Next Generation Group is very proud to sponsor our hometown team, the North Allegheny Tigers (twitter: @nafootball_tfl) Good luck this season boys!
Watching our kids grow into solid young men has been an absolute blessing in my life. My son Casey (shown) recently spent the day with his UT Swimming teammates giving back to the athletes competing in the Texas Special Olympics.
Casey is a blessing from above. I could not love and admire this young man more.
The Next Generation OCR Team is proud to announce the 1st Annual Get Muddy For A Cause. The team compiled of both great clients and friends will be completing the 2017 Pittsburgh Tough Mudder on September 10, 2017. We are so proud to complete the course to benefit the Semper Fi Fund (https://semperfifund.org/).
The Semper Fi Fund provides immediate financial assistance and lifetime support to post-9/11 wounded, critically ill and injured members of all branches of the U.S. Armed Forces, and their families, ensuring that they have the resources they need during their recovery and transition back to their communities. Since establishing the Semper Fi Fund in 2004, they’ve issued 137,000 grants, totaling more than $150 million in assistance to over 18,500 of our heroes and their families.
Please go to our Team Site to make a small donation. Every little bit truly helps!
Team Full Muddy Jacket –
Had a great time competing in Austin, TX this past month! 2017 Austin Spartan Super weekend…see you again next year!
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We are one of the worldâ€™s largest insurance organizations with 160 years of business experience and over $537 Billion in assets.
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If you’re currently retired, chances are you worked hard to ensure that your retirement would be financially stable. For those who are currently working, this will be even more of a challenge. According to a new HSBC study, working people of today are expecting to spend much more time saving for retirement. Researchers interviewed more than 18,200 people across 17 countries either face-to-face or online. Through this research, HSBC discovered that workers in the U.S. now believe they will have to save for an average of three decades in order to feel financially secure for retirement. That’s seven years more than the previous generation had to save.
Investors have started to shift the way they think about retirement after seeing the challenges of those who have retired or who haven’t planned effectively for retirement. A large number of people in their forties are supporting other people, such as their children and their aging parents. These people and the people who are watching them are becoming aware that they need to take an active role in preparing for retirement.
The UK’s citizens are especially concerned about their economic future after the Brexit. It is too early to decide what the long-term of the impact of the Brexit will be. That said, pre-retirees should always be ready for potential financial turmoil. In fact, global growth and an ageing population are causing concerns about the retirement of future generations all around the world.
HSBC’s research, which was conducted prior to the Brexit vote, shows that the U.K has pre-retirees expecting to save for an additional seven years, just like the U.S. The country whose working community is expected the struggle the most is China, where pre-retirees are expecting to save for an additional 14 years, bringing their total up from 9 years to 23 years.
The United Arab Emirates, France, Hong Kong, and Australia, are also expected to suffer, with each average working citizen planning to save for an additional 10 years or more. Indonesia, on the other hand, is the only country that doesn’t expect to save for any longer than it currently does.
In addition to an increase in the amount of time working people will need to dedicate to saving for retirement, there is also a shift in the ways that working people intend to save. Instead of traditional state pensions, workers are looking to alternative saving methods such as personal pension schemes, cash savings and deposits, and downsizing or selling property. Over a third of the working population stated that they wish they’d begun saving earlier on. Twenty-four percent said they hadn’t begun savings. This group included 12 percent of people in their sixties who were studied. However, the working population is getting overall more financially conscious. But this doesn’t mean they are free of worries. Forty two percent of people who are saving to prepare for retirement admitted to having stopped or having faced challenges.
While people save in different ways, it is important that individuals start saving for retirement as early as possible. In addition, it is important to get advice from professionals and to consider the essential retirement expenses. But the most important piece of advice for retirement savings is to always be prepared for ups and downs.