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Ten Things To Consider As You Approach Retirement

23 November 2013

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Ten Things To Consider As You Approach Retirement

When a person approaches retirement, he or she should prepare for the process as early as possible. This allows an individual to avoid common pitfalls and mistakes. With this in mind, here are 10 things to consider when you approach retirement. Coverage: As a working adult, a person will notice that they rarely, if ever, […]

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Working past retirement – more of us are doing it

24 January 2013

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Guest post courtesy of Warde Graham’s independent financial advisers in Glasgow, Scotland (www.wardegraham.co.uk). They have a wealth of experience with retirement planning and other types of financial advice. More of the over-50s than ever before expect to have to work past the state retirement age, according to research from LV. On average they intend to […]

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Planning Cash Flow is Key to Retirement

4 December 2012

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Entrepreneurs are among the most creative people on earth. Perhaps it is their genius for seeing things that others cannot see and their ability to plan that sets them apart. Whatever it is, many take advantage of their long-range planning abilities to plan their retirement in their early working years. Many people fail to realize […]

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Find cheap retirement at an Active retirement community

11 August 2012

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5 Active, Affordable Retirement Places Retirement is a big life step, and deciding where you will spend your new found free time is a huge part of the process. You’ll probably want a city with cheap housing and plenty to do. Luckily, some of the best places to retire in the USA are often also […]

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Retirement security fading away for seniors

8 August 2012

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An estimated 69,350,000 baby boomers, or slightly over ten-thousand people per day are preparing for retirement and will become eligible for their long-awaited permanent vacation away from the workforce by 2030. What used to be imminent planning of housing, hobbies and frugal living has become the scramble for timely investment options before markets come crashing […]

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How much do I need to retire in 2012?

5 August 2012

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Your future depends a lot on how you are today. Be it on the financial aspect, or on the health front, or even how you behave with others. For example, if you eat healthy and nourishing food, remain physically active and exercise yourself devotedly and remain happy, it will go a long way in maintaining […]

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Early Retirement: Is it a decision worth making?

30 May 2012

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Life is short and you cannot spend its entirety working. You are enrolled in school as soon as you learn to comprehend and from then on it’s a never ending journey. Elementary school, middle school, high school then college. And when you finally get that degree that was going to change your life, you get […]

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Building the Perfect Portfolio for Retirement

10 April 2012

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The majority of people who are reaching retirement age today do not have enough money to retire and live the way that they choose to live. Instead, many of them are getting jobs in second careers and working their way through retirement. If you’re still young or you have not yet reached retirement age, there is still […]

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Pension vs property, the retirement debate

21 March 2012

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If you’re building up capital in a property, whether it’s your own home or a property that you let out, perhaps through a buy to let mortgage arrangement, you may think that it’ll be enough to cover the cost of retirement. After all, what could be more valuable than a home? Nevertheless, relying solely on […]

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Tax efficient savings for pensioners

17 February 2012

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Some people assume that once you retire, you effectively become financially inactive. However, for many pensioners this simply is not the case, with many continuing to make investments and undertake other financial activity, such as casual work, in order to provide themselves with a good income in their retirement. Saving money as tax efficiently as […]

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