Category Archives: Retirement,Saving Money

Retirement Planning for Late Starters: Making the Most of Your Golden Years

As the old saying goes, “better late than never.” But, that’s not always true. In some cases, a missed opportunity is better than one taken precipitously or haphazardly. However, when it comes to retirement planning, starting late is most definitely

12 Things No One Tells You About Early Retirement

Retiring from your profession is something that will happen sooner or later.

How Many Years Until You Retire

When it comes to retirement, there is no one size fits all approach.

Retiring at 35 (Without Giving up Everything)

But what if I told you that you can still retire early, specifically in your 30s, without sacrificing everything? While it may sound too good to be true, it’s definitely possible with a bit of patience and dedication.

12 Scams to Avoid During Retirement

Scams use the stereotype of a confused, older person giving their money to a scammer is almost cliché at this point in time.

8 Ways People Who Save for Retirement Can Fight Inflation

The increasing inflation figures have become a cause of concern among investors across the US and the stock market.

The 10 Most Important Questions to Ask When Choosing a Retirement Community

When it comes time to choose a retirement community, there are many factors to consider.

3 of 10 Retirees Not Worried About Inflation on Their Savings

How worried are you about retirement inflation? ‌You probably have a positive outlook about retiring comfortably if you’re in the majority of Americans.

Report – Millennials Are Saving More Than Their Parents – Are You Saving Enough?

We financial millennials have been the punchline for Boomers for way too long. But, guess what? When it comes to saving money? We’re on fire.

Are Most People Debt-Free When They Retire?

I believe that it was Josh Billings, the pen name of 19th-century American humorist Henry Wheeler Shaw, who once proclaimed, “ Debt is like any other trap, easy enough to get into, but hard enough to get out of.”