Retirement planning is often summed up into a single question: How much money do I need to retire? Unfortunately, this question leaves many well-intentioned retirees far short of the actual goal. While understanding how much your retirement may cost, it’s just one part of a complete, sound retirement plan. That […]
I think most people would agree that if they could retire on an income of $100,000 per year, they would be pretty happy in retirement. In fact, I would suggest that many would jump at the chance of retirement if they knew they could spend $100,000 per year. If this […]
Forcing yourself to save enough for retirement can be difficult. You’re taking money that you earned… money that you worked hard for… money that you could certainly put to good use now, and stashing it away for an unknown future need at an unknown future date. However, do you know […]
Investing in a 401(k) is often very easy. But what happens when you want to save money outside a 401(k)? What do you do? Where do you start?
Spelling lists, multiplication tables, practicing your cursive (do kids today even use cursive writing)? Remember leaving school for the day and thinking “I can’t believe I have homework, homework is the worst!” All I wanted to do was go play kick the can with the neighborhood kids. Not practice geometry. […]