Your nest egg is essential to your retirement plans. Why shouldn’t you focus on it? Continue reading It All Starts With a Nest
Almost half of all adult Americans are having a hard time saving for retirement. Are you in that boat? Continue reading Struggling With Retirement Saving? You’re Not Alone.
As you near retirement age, take time to reassess your goals and make sure your retirement will be what you want it to be. Continue reading When to Get Serious About Retirement
Don’t be afraid to make a reasonable purchase on yourself from time to time. Continue reading Personal Finance is More Than Just Saving. It’s Spending Too!
A loan from your IRA can be a tempting and seemingly easy way to get money in a pinch, but it also comes with serious risk. Continue reading An IRA Loan? Yea, Don’t Do That.
Current economic conditions may require some serious future discussions about how we save for retirement. Continue reading COVID Has Exposed Our Retirement Problem
Don’t be afraid to share any good financial or retirement saving tips with friends Continue reading Getting By With a Little Help From Your Friends
A healthy lifestyle can have some huge benefits for your nest egg. Continue reading Being Healthy and Wealthy
Life can be unpredictable. What might seems like a good idea today can become a bad idea tomorrow. Thus, it can be hard to truly plan for the future when you don’t know what it holds. It’s also what makes life so unpredictable. Luckily (or should that be surprisingly), the IRS realizes this and has allowed some flexibility with what you can do with your IRA(s). For example, they know that there may be times when you need more money than your annual required minimum distribution (RMD). Therefore, they allow for you to take about more than your RMD amount. Continue reading Life is Unexpected. The IRS Has Got Your Back?
This Coronavirus pandemic is changing everything. Sure, you can tell yourself it’s only temporary and convince yourself that things will soon return to normal, but it’s highly unlikely that will happen (however, there’s nothing wrong with a little optimism!). For those of you Boomers out there getting ready for retirement, it will be different. First off, of course, is the fact that the economy and markets seem to have taken a turn. Yes, we are in a recession. That’s usually not a good thing, especially if you are planning on your portfolio or investments to keep making you money in Continue reading Boomers and the New Retirement