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Tag Archives: Retirement Planning

Should you save for retirement or pay off credit card debt?

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Should you save for retirement or pay off credit card debt? If you're carrying a card balance, you may be wrestling with whether to put all your resources into attacking the debt, or start building your retirement nest egg while you slowly pay off debt. To figure out which scenario is better in a given situation, we've done the math for you.

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Should You Fire Your Financial Advisor? (6 Warning Signs)

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Investors should take a long hard look at their broker/financial advisor/planner and rethink what they expect of him/her while at the same time empowering themselves to take control of their own situations. This article identifies several warning signs that it may be time to cut ties with your current broker. Words: 721

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10 U.S.Cities With Great Weather for Retirees

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Everyone’s interpretation of ideal weather isn’t the same - some want to spend their golden years soaking up the sun, while others prefer a place where they can be near ski slopes. That said, if you’re looking for what most of us would consider pleasant weather—places with plenty of sunshine, low amounts of rain or snow, fewest days below 32 degrees or above 90 degrees and low humidity—these locales came to mind as 10 of the best places [in the U.S.] to retire if weather is your main concern. Words: 585

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How to Save Money During Retirement

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Retirement years can be plagued by financial uncertainty what with not having a steady paycheck coming in. Fortunately, common sense money saving opportunities as presented in this article furnish relief for seniors.

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Saving For Retirement Today Will Compound Your Returns Tomorrow

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When should you start saving for retirement? Financial advisors say it is never too early to drop a chunk of your monthly paycheck into a retirement account – and ideally in your 20s when you start earning a steady paycheck. The compounding effect of money can be very powerful especially over a long period

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How Much Money Do You Need to Retire?

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Retirement planning is a process and not an event. You don’t simply set a course of action and follow that exact plan for your remaining days. Financial plans should be open-ended because there will always be corrective actions, updates, changes in strategy, or difficult decisions that have to be made. It’s like the old saying, “Plans are useless but planning is indispensable.”

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