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Retirement Planning

Retirement planning isn’t just about saving money. It’s also about making sure that you have the skills, passive income and passions to get the most from life after retirement.

I’m Not Retiring… I Quit! How the Way You Leave Your Job Can Change Your Life
4 months ago

I’m Not Retiring… I Quit! How the Way You Leave Your Job Can Change Your Life

By  •  Lifestyle

At any other point in your career, telling your employer that you are quitting without a new job waiting for you is a big mistake. But, I’m here to tell you that there is something far worse than saying “I quit” and that is saying “I’m retiring.” Read More

Should You Pay Off Your Mortgage Before Retirement or Invest? An Expert Weighs In!
4 months ago

Should You Pay Off Your Mortgage Before Retirement or Invest? An Expert Weighs In!

A mortgage can really weigh us down – or can it? As we come close to retirement, what is the best approach to take where our house is concerned? Join us in discussion with financial expert Pam Krueger who has some important tips to share. Enjoy the show! Read More

This One Cost Could Send Half of Your Social Security Check Up in Smoke!
5 months ago

This One Cost Could Send Half of Your Social Security Check Up in Smoke!

As many women in our community know, living on Social Security alone is no picnic. You have to keep a roof over your head, food on the table and clothes on your back. But, as necessary as they are, these aren’t the costs that most of us should fear as we get a little older. Read More

5 Ways to Prepare for the Terrifying and Exciting Transition to Retirement
5 months ago

5 Ways to Prepare for the Terrifying and Exciting Transition to Retirement

There’s no advance warning system to predict one’s response to retirement.

You can chat yourself up before the actual day arrives. You can bathe in some fuzzy ‘before-glow’ about the leisurely life you’re about to experience. However, nothing can prepare you for the moment your world shifts from deadlines and demands to dead time and sweat pants. Read More

8 Ways That the New US Tax Law Might Affect Your Retirement
5 months ago

8 Ways That the New US Tax Law Might Affect Your Retirement

By  •  Lifestyle

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act was approved and is now the new law of the land.

While the majority of the media has covered the proposals for the changes as being a boon for the wealthy, they have missed discussing how the new tax laws affect most retirees. Read More

Transitioning into Retirement? Do These 5 Things First!
6 months ago

Transitioning into Retirement? Do These 5 Things First!

By  •  Lifestyle

Transitioning to retirement isn’t a simple process. Let’s talk about a few of the things that you can do to make this time of your life easier. Read More

Trying to Save Money for Retirement? Understand the Tricks Advertisers Use
8 months ago

Trying to Save Money for Retirement? Understand the Tricks Advertisers Use

Boomers are bombarded daily with advertising messages that attempt to influence us. Recognizing some of their tactics can make us less susceptible. Read More

5 Ways to Take Charge of Your Financial Future After 60
10 months ago

5 Ways to Take Charge of Your Financial Future After 60

Women are more likely than men to underrate themselves when it comes to investing. Yet women are usually in charge of household budgets, are more willing to save for the long-term and are better bargain hunters. Read More

5 Ways to be Sure You’re Saving Enough for Retirement as a Woman
10 months ago

5 Ways to be Sure You’re Saving Enough for Retirement as a Woman

By  •  Lifestyle

Although both men and women have access to the same retirement savings accounts, recent research has found that women are far less financially prepared to retire in comparison to their male counterparts. This isn’t only due to obvious reasons, such as the gender pay gap. Everyday reasons matter as well when it comes to saving enough for retirement. Read More

What is a Retirement Coach and Why Might You Need One?
11 months ago

What is a Retirement Coach and Why Might You Need One?

In our parents’ days, people simply left the job they had held most of their lives and moved onto permanent vacation when they retired. But then, most of them never lived the additional 25 to 30 years anticipated for many of us boomers. Read More

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