Category Archives: Personal Finance,Smart Investing,Retirement

3 Costly Retirement Mistakes You Can’t Afford to Make

Here are three costly retirement mistakes you can’t afford to make and insights on how to avoid them.

An Easy Way to Find How Much You Will Spend in Retirement

How do you know when you can retire? The answer seems simple: When you have enough income coming from your investments and other sources to sustain your lifestyle.The problem for many retirees and those who are starting to think about

For Sustainable Retirement Income, You Need These 5 Building Blocks

Sometimes we have all the elements for a great retirement, but until we put them together the right way, we don’t get the result we want.

6 Investment Tips That Can Reduce Worry in Retirement

People planning to retire in the near future, those already retired and some transitioning to the post-work life have greater concerns about their investments than ever before.Geopolitical events, the surge in inflation and the expected increases in interest rates understandably

How to Invest for Retirement If You’re Over 60

Retirement planning is a key component in holistic financial preparation for you and your family. However, many people find themselves nearing retirement age with little to show for their many years of work. While it may feel like you are

Here’s What You Can Do to Counter the 3 I’s Affecting Retirement Plans

Inflation rose like a rocket in 2021. Some think the new infrastructure legislation will add to inflation, and interest rates are likely going up in 2022.These are the three I’s causing particular concern among retirees and those who are nearing

Boost Your Retirement Savings for 2022

Max out retirement-account contributionsYou have until December 31 to stash the maximum $19,500—or up to $26,000 if you’re 50 or older by the end of the year—in a 401(k) and until April 15, 2022, to contribute the maximum $6,000 (or

Retiring in Uncertain Times? Try the Bucket Strategy!

I’ve often heard an old saying that states, “Today is what it is because yesterday is what it was, so tomorrow will be what we make of today.” I believe this statement sums up retirement in the truest sense.Whether it