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Tips to Help You Create the Best Retirement Plan

January 3, 2018 9:55 AM0 comments

  Planning for your retirement early enough is the best financial advice anyone can give you. Life after active employment or business can become difficult when you have no steady income to depend upon. It would become a time of regret if you live the good life when you are […]

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Safe Investments to Build Wealth for Your Retirement

November 1, 2016 7:10 AM0 comments

    One of the concerns that people have when trying to build wealth for their retirement is how to balance risk with returns – especially if you didn’t start saving until you were nearing retirement, you want to make sure that savings aren’t going to disappear overnight.  You should […]

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5 Reasons You Should Consider Life Insurance After Retirement Age

September 26, 2016 2:01 PM0 comments
5 Reasons You Should Consider Life Insurance After Retirement Age

    If you’re past retirement age, you may think that it is too late for you to obtain life insurance. Insurance companies tend to charge more — or deny coverage — if they deem that the risk is too high. However, it’s not too late for you to get […]

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What Options Do You Have for Retirement Health Care?

May 16, 2016 9:12 AM0 comments

  You’ve diligently contributed to your 401k every pay cycle since you’ve joined your company. Better yet, your employer even has a matching program, so you’ve earned some free money. Now it’s time to start thinking about retiring so you can plan that long-awaited tour of Europe or that exotic […]

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Budget Stretching Strategies: Avoiding Costly Retirement Pitfalls

July 6, 2015 6:02 AM0 comments

  Retirement should be carefree, but for many it’s not. Today’s economy, and the constant downward pressure on yields is destroying Americans’ ability to generate income on their savings. Here’s what you need to be aware of. Don’t Overspend Don’t overspend in retirement. In fact, if you’re nearing retirement, you […]

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Fantastic Ways to Prepare for Your Retirement

May 11, 2015 8:05 AM0 comments
Fantastic Ways to Prepare for Your Retirement

Retirement can creep up on us much quicker than we think. So it’s sensible to make plans for your retirement as early as possible. You don’t want to get caught out, and there’s no harm in giving it some thought when you’re younger. You’ll need to consider the financial implications […]

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5 tips on saving for retirement

February 17, 2015 8:27 AM0 comments

  Being financially secure and comfortable in retirement is sadly not something that is an entitlement. It takes planning and a certain amount of work. You grind most of your life to secure the funds for a happy retirement, yet the work is not done. To maximise your new-found freedom, […]

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What Retirement Means for You

December 12, 2014 7:13 AM0 comments
What Retirement Means for You

Retirement means different things for different people. For one, it could mean long-awaited freedom from working 9 to 5 for the last 50 years, and a chance to unwind and catch up on relaxation. For another, it could finally mean the opportunity to travel the world. And for still another, […]

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4 Ways to Start Saving for Retirement Right Now

May 21, 2014 8:05 AM0 comments
4 Ways to Start Saving for Retirement Right Now

When it comes to saving for retirement, there are two large groups of people: people who think they have plenty of time and don’t have to start saving yet; and people who believe it’s too late to save for their retirement. The truth is that it’s never too early or too late. […]

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Senior living benefits – retirement communities

May 15, 2014 12:48 PM0 comments

  People nowadays are living longer since they watch what they eat and exercise more. This means that the number of senior citizens is on the increase. Many are making the decision to live in retirement communities. Moving to these communities allows senior folks to live near individuals who share […]

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