Retirement Advice Articles

Beware of these “Retirement Shocks”

Retirement is a time of major change, and for most of us and usually requires major adjustments. First is the challenge of figuring out how to spend your day, after getting up each morning for however many years to make that early-morning commute to your job. Then there’s the fact that you are no longer…

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Don’t let your grown kids ruin your retirement

A third of Baby Boomers – or eight million households — still support their children, according to Hearts & Wallets, a financial research company. The survey, Dissecting the Baby Boomers, also says Boomers who support adult children are 25 percent more likely to have heightened financial anxiety than their peers and they are the most…

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Year-end Retirement Savings Tips

Here we are, once again, in the midst of people’s favorite holidays. Between Christmas and New Year’s, it’s time for good food, visiting friends and relatives, gifts, and of course, popping champagne. It’s also time for New Year’s resolutions (which most people forget about by February anyway). It’s the perfect time to assess your financial…

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9 Common Retirement Mistakes

What are some of the most common mistakes people make when it comes to preparing for retirement income? If you ask financial professionals, there is no shortage of items for this list. And the same mistakes come up repeatedly. What’s important here, though, is that even though the people who made these mistakes can’t go…

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Having Peace of Mind with Professional Financial Advice

To keep your car fit to drive, you rely on a mechanic. To design a new home, you enlist an architect. With nothing less than your future and your financial well-being at stake, shouldn’t you turn to a professional retirement advisor or licensed insurance professional to be sure you’re well-positioned to enjoy retirement on your…

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