Tuesday , 21 February 2017


Retirement Planning

The Financial Impact Of Living Longer

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People are living longer. The double-edged sword version is that people have a much longer time horizon to plan for financially, which could make things tricky for those who aren’t thoughtful about the potential ramifications.

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Almost Anyone Can Afford to Retire in Mexico – Here’s Why

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Only 4% of Americans who start working at age 25 are expected to have saved enough for retirement at age 65 yet, while this number may seem surprisingly low, retiring doesn't have to be as expensive as you may think. One easy way to do this: retire abroad. For many Americans, Mexico is a top choice. It's not only geographically close, it's also very affordable...

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Retired? Financially Stressed? Here Are Some Ways Out

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My parents are more stressed now than ever before as a result of the combination of healthcare costs and income squeezes. The threat of bankruptcy for them is a big one, as is foreclosure on their family home. This has inspired me to write this article (guide) for seniors on how to deal with the financial stress in their lives. I hope you find useful.

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