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'i’m Never Going To Retire': After Childhood Of Abuse, John Neylands Wants To Spend Life Helping Others

posted 9 months ago

BY GEORGE MORRIS | [email protected]

Life could have broken John Neyland. Shattered him.

He remembers at age 5 hiding in a broom closet with two siblings as his father beat his mother. They heard her scream. They heard dishes breaking. They heard his closed fist striking her face. They knew what would happen to them if they intervened.

Neyland describes it in the present tense, as if 48 years haven’t passed.

Placement In First Time Parent Magazine

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Should You Take Social Security Early? 4 Times It May Make Sense

posted 10 months ago

Conventional wisdom dispensed by financial planners about taking Social Security largely boils down to this: Wait as long as you can. That’s because delaying means a bigger monthly payment.

Should You Take Social Security Early? 4 Times It May Make Sense

posted 10 months ago

Conventional wisdom dispensed by financial planners about taking Social Security largely boils down to this: Wait as long as you can. That’s because delaying means a bigger monthly payment.

Should You Take Social Security Early? 4 Times It May Make Sense

posted 10 months ago

Conventional wisdom dispensed by financial planners about taking Social Security largely boils down to this: Wait as long as you can. That’s because delaying means a bigger monthly payment.

Should You Take Social Security Early? 4 Times It May Make Sense

posted 10 months ago

Conventional wisdom dispensed by financial planners about taking Social Security largely boils down to this: Wait as long as you can. That’s because delaying means a bigger monthly payment.

Should You Take Social Security Early? 4 Times It May Make Sense

posted 10 months ago

Conventional wisdom dispensed by financial planners about taking Social Security largely boils down to this: Wait as long as you can. That’s because delaying means a bigger monthly payment.

How A Distribution Plan Can Maximize Retirement Plan Assets

posted 10 months ago

You've spent your entire working life building your retirement accounts. Now as you're about to retire, it's time to begin thinking about how to distribute the funds in your retirement accounts. What does the law require? What about taxes? Does it make a difference which retirement account you withdraw from first?

With 10,000 baby boomers reaching retirement age every day, it's an important question. And according to the Investment Company Institute, there's over $24 trillion in retirement plan assets held in accounts. Most is in the accounts of those baby boomers. Having a plan for distributing your retirement assets can play a big part in how far those assets go.

We asked John C. Neyland, President of JCN Financial & Tax Planning Group in Baton Rouge, Louisiana to help us understand how a retirement distribution strategy can maximize income.

4 Times It May Make Sense To Take Social Security Early

posted 10 months ago

Conventional wisdom dispensed by financial planners about taking Social Security largely boils down to this: Wait as long as you can. That’s because delaying means a bigger monthly payment.

John Neyland Kscj Radio Interview

posted 10 months ago

KSCJ Radio interview with John Neyland

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