Get Control Over Your Retirement Healthcare Costs

Chapter 19: Get control over your retirement healthcare costs One of the biggest mistakes people make when they plan for retirement: They seriously underestimate how much healthcare will cost after they retire. According to a recent article in the Washington Post, approximately one half of pre-retirees age 55-64 guessed that they would need $50,000 to…

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Are You Passing Up Free Money?

Chapter 18: Are you passing up free money? Most people these days simply aren’t saving enough for retirement. Are you one of them? According to the 2015 Annual Retirement Confidence Survey conducted by the Employee Benefit Research Institute, approximately one-third of Americans have saved less than $1,000 for retirement. New research from the National Institute…

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The Best Time to Start Saving for Retirement?

Chapter 17: The best time to start saving for retirement? Yesterday… Many people question when they should start saving for retirement. It is, after all, a milestone that can seem a long way off. There are so many important things you need to deal with before retiring including buying a home and making home improvements,…

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Planning for retirement? Then you probably want to pass on the variable annuities…

Chapter 16: Planning for retirement? Then you probably want to pass on the variable annuities… Are you looking at investment options to include in your plan for retirement? Has your financial advisor recommended a variable annuity? Then… it might be time to run the other way! Why? Because there are a boatload of reasons why…

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Is it Costing You Too Much to Save for Retirement?

Chapter 15: Is it costing you too much to save for retirement? So, you’re one of the few people who is actually saving money for retirement. Congratulations, you’re ahead of most of the U.S. population! According to a recent study of data from the Federal Reserve, only 55 percent of working age people in the…

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Are You Basing Your Retirement on an Urban Legend?

Chapter 14: Are you basing your retirement on an urban legend? Bloody Mary The body in the mattress Getting hit by lightning while talking on the phone The boogeyman Shoelaces getting caught in an escalator… Urban legends are okay when you’re young. But as you get older, you (hopefully!) stop believing in them and start…

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That Money in Your 401(k)?

Chapter 13: That Money in Your 401(k)? Hint: It Should Be For Retirement (not shoes or new electronic equipment)…Really! Have you ever done this: Left a job (your choice or your employer’s) Got a notice from the company that managed your 401(k) offering you the option to roll your money over to an IRA —…

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Need a GPS for Retirement?

Chapter 12: Need a GPS for retirement? Remember the last time you drove someplace new? You plugged the address into your GPS or map app and followed the step-by-step directions to get to your destination. You felt confident because you knew: how long it would take to get there the route you were going to…

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Think Social Security or your pension will fund your retirement? Think again!

Chapter 11: Think Social Security or your pension will fund your retirement? Think again! So, you’re not putting aside money for retirement because Social Security and your company pension have it all covered for you, right? Not really… Social Security The maximum annual Social Security payout for someone retiring at age 66 these days is…

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Age 75 – Don’t forget the final step in your plan for retirement

Chapter 10: Age 75 – Don’t forget the final step in your plan for retirement Once you’re in retirement, you’ve got it made, right? You’re done with planning. Well, not really. You may be comfortable in retirement, not just paying your bills, but also living a satisfying life. However, you could be creating a complicated…

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