When most people think about retirement the image that comes to mind is one of financial security, flexibility and freedom. One part of this equation is having a large enough nest egg to pay for your lifestyle and expenses during retirement. The →
The concept of “paying yourself first” is one we’ve discussed here before, so it’s likely one you’re quite familiar with. If not, the idea of paying yourself first means that you treat your savings contributions as you would any other bill or →
Despite all the doom and gloom about how tens of millions of baby boomers are entering retirement without the resources to support themselves, there are still plenty of individuals who were able to successfully carry out their retirement savings and planning.
Surprisingly, it’s →
How much of your retirement nest egg have you accumulated to cover health care costs during your later years? According to a recent study, the average 65-year-old couple retiring in 2013 would need approximately $220,000 to cover their medical expenses throughout retirement. →
From time to time we hear about individuals and couples who seem to have hit the jackpot: not in the literal sense of having won the lottery, but having figured out a way to retire at age 55, or maybe 50, or →