Tag: Retirement Planning

4 Tips To Consider For Financial Security During Retirement

| November 1, 2019 | 0 Comments
4 Tips To Consider For Financial Security During Retirement

Retirement planning should start today because when the time comes that you can’t work like you used to, your finances are going to change a lot. You might have questions such as what your end retirement savings goal should look like, the kind of investments that would help you reach that goal, what kind of […]

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10 Things You Need To Know About Retirement

| October 1, 2018 | 1 Comment
10 Things You Need To Know About Retirement

Retirement is something many of us don’t think much about, until it becomes our turn. We all tend to think it shouldn’t be of much importance now, especially while we are young and active. That’s wrong! In fact, it should be one of the things we seriously consider as we go through life. Emile, a […]

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5 Tips For Parents To Help Their Kids Get Started With Retirement Planning

| June 15, 2018 | 0 Comments
5 Tips For Parents To Help Their Kids Get Started With Retirement Planning

It’s a whole new world for recent college graduates entering the workforce. Their priorities have changed; now bills, rent, and student loans lead their monthly list. Retirement planning ranks low as a priority for many young people in the early stages of their careers. About two-thirds of Millennials have nothing saved for retirement, according to […]

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Want To Retire Confidently? Set A Retirement Savings Target

| November 3, 2017 | 0 Comments
Want To Retire Confidently? Set A Retirement Savings Target

It’s no wonder that many people fall short with retirement savings. They have no idea what they need. It would be impossible to know if you are on track without having a retirement savings target to shoot for. People tend to fall into three categories when it comes to retirement savings. The confident, the worried, […]

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You’re Being Robbed!

| August 23, 2010 | 0 Comments

I like nothing more than watching a bad guy get thrown in jail.  It provides a sense of justice and fair play.  I smile when they lock up drug dealers, deport illegal immigrants, and send murderers to the “chair”. I’m a big believer in personal responsibility. Unfortunately there’s a group of people stealing from the […]

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Do You Own Government Bonds?

| February 23, 2010 | 0 Comments

I’ve got a confession to make.  I don’t own bonds in my portfolio.  Tragic, isn’t it?  Now most professional financial advisors would say I’m committing a sin of the worst kind.  In most retirement programs, bonds play a key role in adding stability to a portfolio. Bonds are what the pros call inversely correlated. That’s […]

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Social Security For Suckers

| February 16, 2010 | 0 Comments

A few days ago I walked down to my mailbox.  As I opened the little door, I was shocked by all the mail crammed in there!  Magazines, junk mail, bills… and a letter from the Social Security Administration. That’s strange… I’m not planning on retiring for a few decades! I ripped open the envelope and […]

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Retirement Planning – The First Three Steps

| April 24, 2009 | 0 Comments

I remember this event clearly… like it was yesterday.  A number of years ago, I was sitting in my apartment in San Francisco.  The fog had started rolling in, and the sunlight was slowly starting to fade… it was another San Francisco afternoon. My apartment was one of four on a sleepy corner of Noe […]

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