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The good news is that that women are doing so many things right when it comes to retirement planning, and as you will read in this article by getting involved early in their finances, they can potentially offset some of those challenges and set themselves up for a more successful savings outcome.
As you start to consider retirement, it is important to give some additional thought to your reasons for working. This short video speaks to the many reasons people work.
Working women are falling short behind men when it comes to retirement planning and savings according to Transamerica Center for Retirement Studies.
Americans are seemingly in a constant state of worry about their finances and financial well-being, according to a Northwestern Mutual Planning and Progress Study. The study reported that 85% of the respondents felt some form of financial anxiety.
A recent Harvard Medical School newsletter proclaimed that for retirees, taking it too easy can be hard on your health.
Many of you have undoubtedly heard of the FIRE movement by now. Financial Independence, Retire Early (FIRE) is a movement dedicated to a program of extreme savings and investment that allows proponents to retire far earlier than traditional budgets and retirement plans would allow.
Tracy L. Sherwood, CFP® email@example.com Resolve to save more, pay down your debt, improve your diet, and exercise more all made this list of Top 10 New Year's Resolutions. What is a New Year's resolution anyways? A promise or vow to yourself to live a better...
Anthony Ogorek, CFP®, Ed D.firstname.lastname@example.org An AARP Magazine survey asked people ages 45 and older about loneliness. They found that overall, about 35 percent of us are chronically lonely. Click here to read more.
Tracy L. Sherwood, CFP®email@example.com There's still time to make 2018 a little more lucrative. Rather than starting 2019 with another financial resolution, Sharon Epperson's host of CNBC Digital video series, "Retire Well" and "Your Money, Your...