In the Media The views and/or opinions presented are for informational purposes only and are not intended to provide specific advice or recommendations for any individual. Individuals should consult with their financial professional regarding their individual situation prior to making any investment decisions taking into consideration their own goals, investment objectives, risk tolerance, time horizon and any other factors that may be applicable.Jackson Sams Financial Services Launch a New Brand, Press Release, April 2017How to Get Back on Track If You Are Drowning in Debt, LATimes, June 6, 2016House Rules for College Grads Moving Back Home with Mom and Dad, TheStreet.com, June 22, 2015Brian O'Connell of TheStreet.com quotes Pamela J. Sams, CRPC, president of Jackson Sams Financial Services, in an article about House Rules for College Grads Moving Back Home with Mom and Dad.For Pamela J. Sams, president of Jackson Sams Financial Services in Herndon, Va., that meant keeping a lid on all-night excursions with friends." As a parent and financial advisor, I like to keep a curfew," Sams says. "College students are used to coming and going as they please, but now they are back at home, so should adhere to the house rules about coming in late at night." "The same goes with having company over late at night," she says.RetireMentor, Marketwatch.com May 5, 2015RetireMentor, Marketwatch.com Feb. 6, 2015RetireMentor, Marketwatch.com Dec. 5, 2014FiduciaryNews.com, July 8, 2014 issueChris Carosa of FiduciaryNews.com quotes Pamela J. Sams, CRPC, president of Jackson Sams Financial Services, in an article about Facts and Fiction of Modern Retirement. Sams reveals that some retirees expect to work during retirement. "According to AARP, approximately 22% of retirees continue to work at least part-time in retirement," she says.In another article written by Chris Carosa of FiduciaryNews.com, Carosa turns to Pamela J. Sams, CRPC, president of Jackson Sams Financial Services, for insight about Retirement in the 21st Century. "A lot of retirees are starting their own businesses," says Pamela J. Sams, Financial Advisor at Jackson Sams Financial Services in Herndon, Virginia. "Consulting, starting bed & breakfast establishments and turning their hobbies into a business. Others will work at places with flexible hours such as tour guides at museums, Walmart greeters, and libraries."Sams is quoted in an article about Retirees Rejecting "Off the Shelf" Retirement and Doing Some Different Things. "Retirement is different for each individual,"? says Pamela J. Sams, Financial Advisor at Jackson Sams Financial Services in Herndon, Virginia." The "rocking chair on the porch passing the time away" is not everyone's vision of retirement. People often plan for the financials of retirement but not the lifestyle. A lot of retirees continue to work not because they need the income but because they are bored. Getting out of the house and working gives them a sense of purpose and gives them something to do."