Great piece on MarketWatch on setting goals for the various phases of retirement. Not career goals, like during your working life, but life goals- both for work and play- for a phase of you life that may last 25-30...
This is the third article in a series in Forbes from the author, a former psychologist.  Continuing from the previous two articles, a third theory of retirement adjustment is known as the Life Course Perspective. It’s a very broad...
An early retiree offers his thoughts on retirement, both from a financial and non-financial perspective.  He makes many great points in the article. This is one of them: "Sure, finances are a big part of it, but breaking away...
With the markets encountering a setback, it is scary, especially when you are nto accumulating assets from working and saving, but decumulating to fund your retirement. This Forbes article provides from great reminders important to understand how your sources...
One of my favorite newer sites that I follow is by fellow retirement visionary Paul Long of ProBoomer.com.  In this episode of his vlog, he makes a wonderful connection between the transition into retirement- the thought and planning needed-...
For most of us life moves quickly, and before we realize it, we are confronted with moving into older age and deciding what are life will look like and can be during this time. We need to mind the ever-widening...
Keep this one sentence in mind as you think about retirement: "But who teaches you how to live in retirement?" This article from Forbes is from awhile back, but the message is, and will continue to be, extremely important. Another great point...
When you think about retirement, consider first what what your vision of this time looks like.  What do you want to do and accomplish during a span of time that may last 25+ years? A veteran financial advisor shares how...
"In other words, succumbing to retirement – that ultimate casualty – when it’s likely there are 20-30 years of productive life left buoyed by an accumulation of assets built over forty, fifty, sixty years. At mid-life, we have enough...
There are many questions to consider as you think about retirement. This article from MarketWatch covers only a few of the important ones. Figure out your "Why" and your "What" to make this transition successfully.  As for the "How"...
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