Friday, June 19, 2015

Protect Your Finances By Avoiding These Errors

While it’s true that America is now in an economic recovery and citizens are getting back on their feet, you still cannot let your guard down and commit mistakes that can ruin your financial stability.

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Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Be Financially Healthy with These 7 Money Habits

Being financially healthy usually means having sufficient income to cover for daily expenses for the rest of your life without having to make loans or be in debt in order to get by every day.
There are people who achieve this by developing useful money habits which can be seen through saving and investing over many years. Others become successful enough that their investment can generate income without daily supervision.

There are many different approaches to becoming financially healthy and can be taken by average Americans.

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Monday, April 6, 2015

Why Can't Couples Retire At The Same Time?

Many working couples talk about retiring at the same time and sail off into the sunset together. However, this “dream” doesn’t apply to everyone, especially working couples.

There are companies who claim they have products and services which can make this dream a reality, but not everyone can afford it.

Working couples should make time to talk about retirement and look into the positive and negative effects of retiring at the same time.

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Monday, March 30, 2015

Successful Retirees have these 7 Habits

Some people seem to have better money management habits than others and only a few are able to take their effective financial strategies to retirement.

Unfortunately, most of us were not told that: starting to save for retirement from our first job will be our first stepping stone towards financial freedom.

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Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Busted: Five Retirement Myths

Many boomers nowadays are starting to have retirement concerns, especially because many of them are nearing retirement and they are not confident that they can be financially independent once they retire. The biggest fear they have is outliving their savings due to the risk of dealing with a health and long-term care event which can be financially devastating.

The sad part is: many are frightened of retirement because they were not able to prepare for it sooner or at all. While some people were able to put away a significant amount, they forgot about inflation. What they estimated would last them for twenty years may only last for ten or less.
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Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Five Practical Ways For Boomers to Stay on Budget

Creating a budget is the first step to proper money management, but what’s more crucial is being able to stick to it. Baby boomer are trying to save for retirement and future long-term care expenses, however, their efforts seems useless as they are still falling short of their budget. If you're struggling to stay on budget and still finding yourself financially short towards the end of each month, here are five tips to help you.
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Friday, March 6, 2015

Boomers Delving Into Possible Future Issues, Are They Prepared For The Unthinkable?

The realities of baby boomers entering into retirement is no longer a simple matter, whether you are a few months, years or decades away from retirement, we should expect the best and worse case scenarios. Baby boomers should expect longer but not necessarily healthy lives, more expensive cost of living. market uncertainty, health and long-term care cost  and inflation.
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