Money & Finance

5 Retirement Income Strategies for Near-Retirement Workers

It’s a tricky thing to maneuver retirement income, but at some point we all have to do it, preferably before we leave our jobs. As we approach retirement, we may be wondering exactly how much longer we need to work, and if we’re really prepared for managing the money we’ve spent our careers stowing away for such a day. It’s a lot of pressure. But l...Read More

7 Secrets To Social Security Benefits

When it’s time to claim those social security benefits, depending on the Social Security Administration may be a mistake. Social Security employees generally don't give case-specific advice. This means you are on your own to make the most important financial decision of a lifetime.

Money Never Sleeps – by Billy Kaderli

Just because you retire, your money doesn’t have to. In the words of Gordon Gecko from the 1987 movie Wall Street, “money never sleeps.” And your money definitely won’t once you leave your job. Many people are shocked to learn that since we left the conventional work force almost thirty years ago our net worth has actually increased, significantly ...Read More

The Top 5 Retirement Moves You Can Still Make This Year

Most financial advisors agree that death and taxes are vital considerations when you make financial decisions for your future. The right tax retirement planning is essential. With proper planning though, you can ensure regular income after retirement, without worrying about the taxes.

5 Ways Grandparents Can Help Their Grandchildren Financially

Some grandparents aren't as informed as they could be about how they can best help. Here are 5 ways Grandparents Can Help Their Grandchildren Financially

If You Have No Faith In The Future, Should You Invest?

  As many know, I am more than willing to offer financial advice in order to help others to become financially independent. The sooner the better – that’s good for everyone, right? I met a lady at a recent event we attended and, in our visiting together I steered the conversation towards finances. Knowing that she lived in Hawaii and see...Read More

7 Investing Myths That You Should Stop Believing

Falling prey to investing myths is common especially if you are new to the whole stock and bonds world. One wrong move or misbelief can land you in a financial disaster. It is crucial for you to know what’s untrue, so you don’t make a compromising mistake and help others as well.

5 Financial Mistakes to Avoid

Retirement isn’t what it used to be. Most of us will want to stay active — with travel, family, volunteer activities and hobbies — long after we leave our full-time jobs. In addition, we’ll most likely be living longer than retirees of the past. According to U.S. government figures, if you’re an average American, you can expect to live into your 80...Read More

Flexibility in Retirement – an Asset Worth Investing In

If you are reading this, you are probably saving up for your retirement, have run countless numbers, and are looking forward to the day when you are financially independent. In our articles, we have mentioned many times that retirement must be based on good money sense, but we have also emphasized that it’s the emotional component of this new lifes...Read More

Going It Alone? Here’s Some Savvy Financial Strategies

More than 4 in 10 Americans are unmarried — and 19.5 million are retiring single While some expenses may be higher for retired singles, there may be ways to save If you’re suddenly single, your advisor can help prioritize decisions by urgency If you or a parent are one of the 19.5 million Americans retiring single, you’re in good company. Close to ...Read More

My Case for Financial Assets – by Billy Kaderli

When I was a stock broker in California – one of the hottest housing markets in the US – real-estate was my competition. “Everyone” was making money in real-estate so why would they invest in the stock market? I needed an angle I went to the Board of Realtors and got prices for 2-3 and 4 bedroom homes in the area, both at the current pr...Read More

12 Ways Baby Boomers Can Save Money at Costco

Costco seems to understand the baby boomers are retiring and nearing retirement. Baby boomers were born between 1946 and 1964 and love to shop. Costco has been a long time favorite of retirees and senior citizens. It has several ranges of products dedicated to the demographic, even bulk items, while keeping the prices are also attractive! Here’s so...Read More

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