My Retirement Blog
Investing for Retirement in a Bear Market
Stock market investors have enjoyed a bull market for quite a few years now. History tells us that there will eventually be another bear market. How you handle your retirement investments during a bear market can make a big difference in the return provided by your retirement investments. Selling at the bottom of a bear […]
Three Financial Threats to a Peaceful Retirement
Three Financial Threats to a Peaceful Retirement After spending all your life in the rat race, retirement is supposed to be the time when you can kick back, relax, and rest on your laurels. Unfortunately, the grim reality for many is that retirement is hardly a time of relaxation. Many retirees have debts that are […]
What Is A Living Benefits Life Insurance Rider?
Having life insurance is the peace of mind every family needs to have. A family member can ensure their dependents do not have to take on their financial burdens and can have enough money to sustain and get their lives in order. As we progress with new healthcare technologies to sustain our lives during certain […]
How to Save Money Eating Out
Eating out is a convenience, but it is also expensive. When you have a family to feed, you need to look for the best deals to save the most money and make sure everyone has enough to eat. For busy families, eating out is sometimes a better option just to save time and get everyone […]
A Pre Retirement Checklist
Retiring is a big step for many people. Usually, there is a whirlwind of confusion, chaos and concern before retirement, followed by a slight breeze of boredom and longing. In order to keep everything under control, here is a list of 20 things to do before retirement, in order to make the time after retirement […]
How Many Installment Loans Should I Have
Installment loans are a typical part of every adult’s life. Even if there is enough cash to go around, to pay upfront for everything you need in life, installment loans still happen. These do help to build credit but at the same time, can be detrimental to your credit score should you default on the […]
Rolling Over a 401k or IRA to a Betterment IRA
If you are thinking about rolling over your old 401k to a Betterment IRA to take advantage of their low investment fees the process is pretty simple. They use the direct rollover method to transfer the old 401k to the IRA. For a 401k the first thing you need to do is create an IRA […]
Buying a New Life: How Much Do I Need to Retire?
If you’re not counting down the days until you can retire, you’re surely counting down the dollars. Most people spend the majority of their working lives stacking one dollar atop the next, hoping that their efforts will one day guarantee them a stable future in which they do not have to wake up before 10 […]
Can Investing be the Key to an Early Retirement?
An early retirement is something that we all crave. Saving for an early retirement, however, is much harder than you’d originally imagine and with the cost of living rising, it is becoming harder than ever to secure an early retirement that will see you through the rest of your life. For this reason, many people […]
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