Susan Talton
Susan Talton
Susan, a Client Advisor at Laird Norton Wealth Management, has more than 25 years of experience in wealth planning. She leads LNMW's Retirement Life Planning Group and is especially adept at working with clients undergoing life transitions.

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Retirement | on July 23, 2018 / By Susan Talton Retirement Spending: Expect Volatility! Life changes come with financial turbulence, what we call money in motion. And retirement is at the top of the lis...
Financial and Business Planning | Retirement | on April 27, 2018 / By Susan Talton New Medicare Cards Are in the Mail, So Watch Out for Scams! If you are over 65 and on Medicare, pay attention to your mailbox, the old-fashioned kind outside your residence. T...
Financial and Business Planning | Retirement | on December 04, 2017 / By Susan Talton Retiring? Give Yourself Permission to Spend and Enjoy For some people, spending money is actually harder than saving it. And that’s especially true for those just star...
Financial and Business Planning | Retirement | on April 24, 2017 / By Susan Talton Retirement Savings: Mix and Match Is Often Best   "Put as much as you can into tax-deferred retirement accounts." That in a nutshell is the conventional wi...
Retirement | on January 11, 2017 / By Susan Talton Retired? Challenge Yourself During the last three months of 2016, some 800,000 Americans over age 65 dropped out of the workforce (click on c...
Retirement | on December 21, 2016 / By Susan Talton Retirement Outside the Box Once again, Carl Richards has nailed a complex topic -- retirement -- with his “back of the napkin” sketches. ...
Retirement | on July 30, 2013 / By Susan Talton 70 is the new Not Done Yet Mick Jagger celebrated his 70th birthday last week. I’m inserting a brief pause here to allow that one to sink in...
Retirement | on July 15, 2013 / By Susan Talton Potential Tax Savings from your Retirement Community A continuing care retirement community (CCRC) may be one option for retirement living you’re considering for your...
Family and Finance | on January 08, 2013 / By Susan Talton Contemplating Resolutions for the New Year? Consider “Adaptability” Long-held beliefs about getting older can have an important effect on our health and well-being as we age. If we vi...