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Don’t Let That Retirement Dream Home Turn Into a Nightmare

Americans dream for years of buying or building a retirement “dream home.” Many want their new homes in warm weather climates like Florida or Arizona. According to The 25 top places to retire in America, a Time Magazine analysis of Census records, of the 3.3 million Americans 50 and over who were no longer working…

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Retiring Early? Don’t make these mistakes

Everyone’s dream is to retire early. But, for most of us, it’s not in the cards to retire in our 30s or 40s. According to U.S. Census Bureau Current Population Survey, the average retirement age for men is 65, and for women, 62. But, some can reasonably aim for retirement in their late 50s or…

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Staying Active in Retirement

There are many mistakes you can make as you prepare to enter retirement. That’s one reason many people suggest you sit down with a professional before you retire. But one thing people often overlook when they leave their jobs is that they are walking away from their existing network of friends and colleagues without considering…

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Overlooking these 5 things can really hurt your retirement

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Here’s what you should have already done to get ready for retirement at 50

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Don’t Let That Retirement Dream Home Turn Into a Nightmare

Americans dream for years of buying or building a retirement “dream home.” Many want their new homes in warm weather climates like Florida or Arizona. According to The 25 top places to retire in America, a Time Magazine analysis of Census records, of the 3.3 million Americans 50 and over who were no longer working…

Retiring Early? Don’t make these mistakes

Everyone’s dream is to retire early. But, for most of us, it’s not in the cards to retire in our 30s or 40s. According to U.S. Census Bureau Current Population Survey, the average retirement age for men is 65, and for women, 62. But, some can reasonably aim for retirement in their late 50s or…

Jul 17, 2018

Does student loan debt affect Millennial’s ability to save for retirement?

Student loan debt has been a growing concern in the nation. In fact, between 2005 and 2017 student loan debt tripled, according to a new report from the Center for Retirement Research at Boston College. The average student loan debt for Class of 2017 graduates was $39,400, up six percent from the previous year, according…

Staying Active in Retirement

There are many mistakes you can make as you prepare to enter retirement. That’s one reason many people suggest you sit down with a professional before you retire. But one thing people often overlook when they leave their jobs is that they are walking away from their existing network of friends and colleagues without considering…

Saving for your child’s tuition without sacrificing your retirement

We love our children. Most of us would do anything for them. That includes saving for or paying for their college tuition, even if it means sacrificing a retirement lifestyle we may want and deserve. There’s no doubt about it, college tuition is expensive. It’s so expensive these days that it’s not uncommon for young…

Overlooking these 5 things can really hurt your retirement

There are many things that can derail your retirement, and many of them have to do with money. Some of them are self-inflicted, like failing to save properly or using your 401(k) like a piggy bank. But even for people who do everything correct, there are things – sometimes outside of their control — that…

Five Things That Can Wreck Your Retirement

It’s not uncommon these days for retirement to last as long (if not longer) than our working careers. That means it’s critically important to make the right decisions because a few mistakes or missteps could eat into our retirement savings. And that’s a problem since most of us haven’t saved enough to begin with. Nearly…

Retired and loving it. What did they do right?

Another day, another 10,000 Baby Boomers will turn 65 (according to the Pew Research Center.) Some have been waiting anxiously for years for that big day when they can walk away from that 9 to 5. Others will go into retirement kicking and screaming. Even those who have been anxiously awaiting retirement for years are…

Here’s what you should have already done to get ready for retirement at 50

Some people plan for retirement all their lives. But many Americans do little or no planning for retirement. In fact, for some, the first real discussion of retirement comes when they go to see a financial planner a month before retirement. A good financial planner will tell you it’s never too early to start retirement…

5 Retirement Tips for Couples

Finances can put enormous pressure on a marriage. Perhaps that’s the reason so many couples don’t find the time to discuss money. Many financial planners have shared stories with me about the issues that can result when couples don’t sit down regularly and discuss finances. Those issues can take an entirely new set of problems…