Can and Will You Retire in a Crisis?

Life is unpredictable, and there are a number of events that can impact our finances, from global pandemics to personal crises. And while adjustments sometimes may need to be made to get back on track, no one wants to put off an event like retirement because they feel forced to. It’s important to take stock [...]

Don’t Let a Flat Tire Derail Your Retirement

When you’re cruising the open road, or when you’re stuck in traffic, there’s a good chance you’re listening to something. Maybe it’s your music, a podcast, someone talking to you on the phone, or maybe just some friendly conversation with your passengers. Now, next time you’re in your car, I want you to do yourself [...]

3 Retirement Rumors You Should Ignore

When it comes to money and especially retirement, there are many rumors that arise. It seems like people who don’t want to know the truth would rather just make something up and tell their friends. If you want to retire, however, you must learn to sort fact from fiction and good advice from the bad. [...]

Will You Retire in an Uncertain World?

We’re living in unprecedented times, and the government is taking unprecedented actions to mitigate the damage done by the coronavirus. While strict measures like canceling events of more than 10 people, closing bars and restaurants, and restricting travel are meant to help from a public health standpoint, they’re also having a crippling effect on the [...]

Age Can Have Its Benefits

We typically don’t think of the word “aging” as having a positive connotation. It may bring to mind graying hairs, aching backs, and slowing down. But these things don’t always have to be true, and they don’t necessarily tell the whole story when it comes to getting older. In fact, in most cultures older people [...]

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