Well 2020 is finally here!

A new year always brings hope for the future to become more effective and enjoyable than in the past. Many of us set New Year’s goals to accomplish and we here at The Best Times are initiating serious plans to help make us a better voice and advocate for our readers.

We will be identifying the Top 50 over 50. (See new Logo) There will also be a new website established with the same name.


It will be the landing place for nominations and information about this new program and we will have the same information in our monthly publication. We will have special sections in our publication to highlight those nominated. So watch for the new program beginning soon.

There are some new retirement plans just released from the U.S. House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate and signed into law by President Donald Trump.

It is known as The Secure Act – which stands for Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement. It is designed to help people set aside more money for retirement. It does so by removing some of the hurdles that keep many persons from saving.

The new legislation also opens the doors to new types of products to add to a retirement program. Another key change increases the Required Minimum Distribution age from 70 1\2 years to age 72.

This new plan is considered to be the biggest piece of retirement legislation since the Pension Protection Act of 2006.

Be on the lookout for information about this new program and plan to have a conversation with your financial planner to see how you can benefit from this exciting new opportunity.

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