Sharing Our Thoughts and Insights
Much of the research on successful retirement stresses the need to stay engaged in life. Many people feel a loss of social and intellectual engagement when they leave full time employment.
As many of you consider retirement, you may find that downsizing to a smaller home and/or relocating to another state may be the change that you need to kick start your new life in retirement. Many retirees are finding some unexpected advantages in college towns.
Time is a wasting asset – it cannot be stored, it has to be spent on a daily basis. Many people fret about whether they will have the time to do the things they want.
Too often when it comes to our financial lives, we don’t look at the big picture. Most advisors in the financial industry focus almost exclusively on return on investment. We feel they are putting too much focus on “the money” instead of helping clients manage their money in a way that improves their life.
Financial security in retirement doesn’t just happen. It takes planning and commitment. With that said, this brochure put out by the Department of Labor, identifies two smart and FREE ways to limit your risk as you accumulate assets.
Each year, over one hundred CEOs retire from the S&P 1000. With all of the succession planning that takes place at these companies, one piece is almost always missing: preparing the current CEO for the next phase in his or her career.
There is a unique set of risks that women face in retirement. These are the top 5…
How satisfied are you with your life? What can you do in the next phase of your life to ensure you are happier? Are you using your money in ways that improve your life?
Kiplinger asked top financial and retirement experts to share their thoughts on how retirement has evolved in the past 25 years and how it might change in the years ahead. New benefits present new challenges.