retirement

4 Easy Ways For Baby Boomers To Save Money

Turning 50 can remind you of the importance of saving money. Retirement may be coming soon, and the high price of fighting the effects of gravity, and getting called “ma’am”. You may even begin dreading mail deliveries and the arrival of your AARP senior discount card because it means you’re official. Don’t toss that card and your newly-minted “sen...Read More

Realities Regarding Retirement For Women You Can’t Afford to Overlook

There are some realities regarding retirement for women which you just cannot afford to overlook. The challenges women encounter as they prepare for retirement are different than their male peers.

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

8 Costly Regrets You Should Avoid When Planning Retirement

Over 70% of adults have financial regrets, according to a Bankrate report, and their biggest financial worry is that they didn’t start saving for retirement early enough. Even high earners reported guilt over not saving for retirement early enough. Of course, there is much to consider when preparing for retirement. However, the source of regret for...Read More

3 retirement myths busted

We all enter the workplace as young adults thinking things will work out in a very generic, easy to map kind of way. We’ll work until we’re 65, we’ll retire, and we’ll die at maybe 80 like our parents did. Income will be a steady incline, and if we save according to that incline, we should have the right amount of money to live from. That’s for the...Read More

5 Key Retirement Questions You Need To Answer After 50

Retiring is not an easy decision. A written retirement plan can help you in many ways, so you can implement it when you do retire. When you write your retirement plan, you must evaluate critical factors in your life and your expectations of retirement. The written retirement plan can be lengthy or brief, but requires you to answer critical question...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.

10 Tips for Retiring Abroad

One of the things people most look forward to in retirement is the opportunity to travel the world. For some, they’d prefer to actually live abroad. And why not? With today’s technology, the burden of being far away is greatly reduced. Plus, it’s an opportunity to experience something entirely new. But moving abroad is complicated. It can be overwh...Read More

Weighing Retirement Age: 62 or 70?

The question on most people’s minds when they think about retirement isn’t if they’ll retire, but when? There’s a fair amount of strategy involved when it comes to retirement age. And there’s no clear general answer about when to leave work, it really depends on each individual. Factors include health, birth year, nest egg health, social security b...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 To Supplement Social Security In Retirement

Most individuals and couples cannot live on only their social security income. It would require a drastic change of lifestyle as social security will replace about 40% of average retirement income. Since most of us want to maintain a lifestyle at least close to what we are used to living, we start searching for ways to add supplemental income.

Some Things You Just Can’t Control In Your Retirement Planning

Planning for retirement is an essential goal to have in adulthood. It is a good idea to start thinking planning for retirement when you are younger instead of older. This can help you have an idea about the amount of money you’ll need to fulfill your retirement dreams. However, knowing your retirement goal is as important as the steps you’ll take t...Read More

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