A great list from someone who planned, really planned, for retirement. Fritz Gilbert, author of The Retirement Manifesto blog recently retired at the age of 55.  The checklist counts down from five years away from retirement to six months...
Developing a plan requires you to carefully consider key issues and have reasonable expectations. That is why planning is so important...particularly for the non-financial aspects since they are often left out of many people's retirement plans. Read more...
Think about what traditional planning delivers for you. You can see the charts and graphs, account balance, and returns. However, you can’t see how your body and mind will change in retirement. There is much more to planning for...
Baby boomers continue to become more tech savvy. With much of our lives moving online, we are creating and accumulating more and more “digital assets” each year, many of which we are unaware we have. Think of each of...
There is no shortage of commercials, advertisements and articles, not to mention all the various other marketing and "advice" shared on social media, about investing for retirement- many of which make the topic seem confusing, if not unattainable, for...
With life expectancy increasing, many people are not prepared for a retirement that may last 40 years.  This in-depth article on the issue of longevity from Fortune details the challenges a longer retirement and some possible solutions to make...
Social Security was created in 1935 and was designed to be a short-term public pension. Too many people are relying on Social Security to fund a substantial portion of their retirement and they are living longer. Read more...
Once you begin to consider retirement, take a realistical look at the financial side of this transition. Not only how much you have saved, but how much you spend.  A number of good points made in the article to...
Most homeowners want to age in place and not rent. Since that is the preference of many retirees, the article looks at why “cash flow, cash flow, cash flow” should replace “location, location, location” in choosing retirement housing. Cash flow...
Money conversations don’t have to be difficult or avoided nor do they have to include all the gory details of the exact dollars and cents of the situation. A good starting point is to make sure you are passing...
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