Posts Tagged ‘investing for retirement’


What’s the Right Retirement Age Anyway?

For decades, 65 has been that magic age for “retirement” – leaving a longtime job and riding off into the golden years with visions of vacations, grandkids and hobbies dancing through graying heads. But a variety of social, economic and personal factors are turning the notion of a true retirement age on its head. And […]

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IRAs: Not Just For Retirement Anymore

It’s no secret that many Americans haven’t saved enough for retirement. And many who have created Individual Retirement Accounts are now using those accounts for purposes other than retirement living. While some soon to be retirees are tapping into their IRAs to cover unexpected expenditures, a growing number are using those funds to secure their […]

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Innocents Abroad? Buying Foreign Property for Retirement

The future of retirement in the US appears to be anything but rosy. Shrinking pension plans, skyrocketing medical care and new taxes on assets are among the reasons that more and more retirees, and those nearing retirement, are considering moving their money abroad. Buoyed by a growing movement toward retiring in foreign cities, more and […]

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Retirement “Myths” – Uncomfortable Truths

p>It’s the start of a new year, and consumer finance sites are coming out with the usual lists of myths and mistakes people make about retirement planning. While these lists vary in length listing five, seven or even ten or more items, the theme is the same: people nearing retirement age – or even far […]

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Investing for Retirement: Never Too Late

According to recent reports from Forbes, the AARP and other sources for financial planning, the traditional picture of retirement in the United States is a precarious thing indeed. More and more “pre-retirees” are nearing retirement age never having It my brushes smooth something found of glue and time may tried. Product EDT irritating – have […]

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