Videos

One survey found that 48% of current retirees had to retire earlier than they expected.

Source: Employee Benefit Research Institute, 2018

These engaging, short animations focus on a variety of financial topics and illustrate key financial concepts and current events. Choose any of the videos below and then click the start arrow to watch.

  • 3 Potential Benefits of Dollar-Cost Averaging

    3 Potential Benefits of Dollar-Cost Averaging

    Dollar-cost averaging is a disciplined investing approach and is one way to ride out market fluctuations.

  • Leaving Your Employer? Don’t Forget Your Retirement Savings Plan

    Leaving Your Employer? Don’t Forget Your Retirement Savings Plan

    When leaving your employer you’ll need to decide what to do with the money in your retirement savings plan.

  • The Basics of Social Security Retirement Benefits

    The Basics of Social Security Retirement Benefits

    How much do you know about your Social Security retirement benefits?

  • Financial Planning: Helping You See the Big Picture

    Financial Planning: Helping You See the Big Picture

    Financial planning is a process that can help you reach your financial goals by evaluating your whole financial picture.

  • Is the Tech Sector Dominating Your Portfolio?

    Is the Tech Sector Dominating Your Portfolio?

    How technology sector dominance can affect investment portfolios.

  • Are Your Investment Decisions Influenced by Emotions?

    Are Your Investment Decisions Influenced by Emotions?

    Consider how emotions, such as excitement and fear, can cause you to make counterproductive investment decisions.

  • The Latte Habit

    The Latte Habit

    How little things can add up over time.

  • American Tax Burden

    American Tax Burden

    Are you concerned about your tax situation?

  • What Is Investment Risk?

    What Is Investment Risk?

    How different types of risks can adversely affect your investments

  • Protecting Your Dependents with Life Insurance

    Protecting Your Dependents with Life Insurance

    Term or whole life? Just be sure you have adequate coverage.