Financial Planning For Retirement: For Worry-Free Retirement

Planning can be a tedious activity especially if you are planning for retirement. Many people realize how advantageous financial planning for retirement can be while others find it mysterious. In fact, most experts say that for people who are only making enough money to make due payments in each month, then it means that they…

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Retirement Planning For The Stay-AT-Home Mom

When you first plan on staying home with your children, probably the first thing you do is take a look and see if you can afford it. You cut back on cable TV, buy older cars, lose retirement benefits Whoops! Most moms don’t seem to be thinking about what being a stay-at-home mom does for…

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Investing for Retirement

Retirement may be a long way off for you or it might be right around the corner. No matter how near or far it is, you’ve absolutely got to start saving for it now. However, saving for retirement isn’t what it used to be with the increase in cost of living and the instability of…

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Medicare, Social Security and Retirement

Everything keeps changing, how do I keep up? Why is there so many choices? This is a common question and concerns of most seniors today. The cost of health and prescriptions is higher today for seniors, averaging over $500.00 a month. With fixed incomes, a comfortable retirement seems to be slipping away. Retirement is re…

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Insurance for Your Retirement

If you are like me, it’s easy to get fed up with constantly paying insurance premiums. Writing a monthly check for car insurance alone will drive you crazy. Not to mention the direct withdrawals from your paycheck for health insurance. Not to mention the direct withdrawals from your paycheck for health insurance and the hit…

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WSJ: Don’t exercise??–retirement may be shorter but still costly

Jonathan Clements writes the very popular “Getting Going” column for the WSJ that covers all sorts of personal finance issues including retirement, financial planning, saving, investments, and spending patterns among many others. It’s a basic “how to” column on managing your finances. He is a most practical and sensible writer and widely read. He doesn’t…

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Juggling Retirement and College Savings

Most parents want to pay for their children’s college education, or at the very least help pay for college. While it would be great for your children to be able to start like after college without student loans to pay off, the cost to parents may be too high. The average annual cost of a…

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Retire Early With Financial Planning Dos And Donts

It is a well known fact that nothing is permanent in this world. Everything is ephemeral. That is why it is always best to have backups, especially financial ones, in case things go out of hand. Hence, a good financial planning for your retirement is the most feasible idea in order for you to save…

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Planning For Your Early Retirement And Health Insurance Needs

When can you say that you can retire? After operational hard issues for many years, if you have saved a great amount of money and cleared all your taxes other bills, and mortgages paid, you are prepared to formulate your strategy for early retirement and Health insurance. Planning your everyday expenditure in advance is a…

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