This month's Lakeside Chat topic was about "Aging in Place". When a senior or older adult chooses to live at home rather than move into an assisted living or skilled nursing facility, it's known as "aging in place". It's a decision that is gaining popularity and is a question that often comes up for folks as they plan their retirement.
Money and You
For our February Lakeside Chat, we were joined by guest host Brian Levitt from Invesco sharing their 2022 Outlook.
This month we will be discussing the importance of having an estate plan; our host will be Attorney Adam Bartsch. He will be talking to us about the importance of having a plan in the event you become incapacitated or die.
Our October Lakeside Chat featured guest expert Valerie Mariani from Fidelity Institutional. She is a Sr. Regional Investment Consultant, and has been with Fidelity for 17 years. She provided insight on Medicare and healthcare in general during retirement.
For our next Lakeside Chat, we're proudly presenting LPL Research Midyear Outlook 2021 with investment insights and market guidance for the rest of 2021. Adam walks through the Midyear Outlook 2021 publication for a comprehensive presentation on the markets and the global economy – and the opportunities and challenges that may lie ahead.
After over a year of sticking close to home, some (if not all) of us, are wondering if it’s finally time to get away again. And more importantly, how can we do that in a safe manner with so many places following different guidelines?
The Dark Web is an interesting place with a ton of potential, and a ton of risk. This month, we were joined by Twinstate Technologies as we go into the dark web, so you don’t have to.
April is Financial Literacy Month! To celebrate, Adam hosted a Financial Literacy Jeopardy-like Trivia game for this month's Lakeside Chat!
March marks Women’s History Month again, but many of us are not celebrating. Stories and images of courageous women of the past are everywhere. These women deserve recognition — they fought hard to advance equal rights and access for the majority of the U.S. population who happen to have been born female. Yet in 2021, it can feel increasingly difficult to talk about celebrating for one month a year when there are limited signs of progress to improve the lives of women and girls.