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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
3 days 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

4 Terrible Financial Mistakes Empty Nesters Make… and How to Fix Them
5 days ago

4 Terrible Financial Mistakes Empty Nesters Make… and How to Fix Them

This is a difficult article for me to write. After all, I’m not writing from a position of strength. Like many of the 1000s of baby boomer women I have talked to since starting Sixty and Me, I made all of the financial mistakes below. Read More

5 Ways to Take Charge of Your Financial Future After 60
2 weeks 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

4 Benefits of Staying in Your Own Home a Little Longer – While Starting Your Next Tree
3 weeks ago

4 Benefits of Staying in Your Own Home a Little Longer – While Starting Your Next Tree

When I moved into my newly built home 10 years ago, the city planted small trees on the front lawns of most of the homes. While many homeowners got spindly young saplings, I was fortunate enough to get a tall…
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How to Make the Most of Your Money in Retirement by Wanting What You Have
4 weeks ago

How to Make the Most of Your Money in Retirement by Wanting What You Have

Retirement can usher in a variety of mixed emotions with our financial stability being at the top of our list of concerns. Who can we trust? How should we manage our money?  How can I feel financially secure?

Join in our discussion as we ask these questions and more to financial expert Pam Krueger who has some great advice for women in retirement. Enjoy the show! Read More

8 Ways to Declare Your Financial Freedom When the Clock Strikes 55
1 month ago

8 Ways to Declare Your Financial Freedom When the Clock Strikes 55

Ladies, as we celebrated the freedoms of our nation on July 4, I encourage you to look at how to create financial freedom in your life. Money is a tool to be used creatively and constructively to build families and communities…
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What to Do So Your Inheritance Does Not End Up in the Hands of the Other Woman
2 months ago

What to Do So Your Inheritance Does Not End Up in the Hands of the Other Woman

“Money does not change people, it unmasks them.” – Henry Ford. Most people do not enter a marriage with the idea of ending it. But almost half of marriages do end. Dennis and Meghan were married for almost 20 years and had two teens…

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My Top Tips on Making Withdrawals from Your Retirement Distribution Sources
2 months ago

My Top Tips on Making Withdrawals from Your Retirement Distribution Sources

This is by far one of the most challenging financial areas to consider during your retirement transition phase. Read More

4 Retirement Benefits of the New SECURE Act – The Rules – They Are A-Changin’!
2 months ago

4 Retirement Benefits of the New SECURE Act – The Rules – They Are A-Changin’!

There are things brewing in Washington, DC, that may nicely “season your pot” of financial assets available for your fall season of life. The House of Representatives recently passed the SECURE…
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Oh La La! 5 Places in Europe Where You Can Still Retire on $35,000 a Year
2 months ago

Oh La La! 5 Places in Europe Where You Can Still Retire on $35,000 a Year

By  •  Lifestyle

If it’s culture, history, and variety you’re after, Europe has it all. From idyllic rural retreats to cities where history is thickly layered with stunning architecture and grand museums, rich in romance, Europe has long had a strong appeal for North American retirees…
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