Laying out a plan for your retirement can be overwhelming but you may find that a little bit of advice from an expert might help. Today’s article features a conversation with three retirement experts. Here’s what the author had to say, “…we reached out to three well-known retirement experts for the skinny on their own goals for their golden years (spoiler alert: none of them plan to stop working completely), including the savings and investing strategies they’re using to get there.” To read more, CLICK HERE.
Think it’s impossible to save for retirement with your low income? Think again. Today’s article explains how it can be done. Here’s one tip, “Make saving automatic. A major perk of 401(k) plans is having the money withheld from your paycheck before it ever hits your checking account and is available for spending. If you don’t have a 401(k) at work, you can create this effect by having part of every paycheck directly deposited into an IRA.” To read all of the tips, CLICK HERE.
From airlines to beverages, these stocks are pulling ahead of their rivals. Today’s article highlights ten stocks that are the clear leaders in their sectors. Here’s what the author had to about the stocks, “each of the 10 sectors in the Standard & Poor’s 500 are seeing winning stocks burn past the competition, or at least, the other members of their sector.” Want to see which ones they are, CLICK HERE.
How does the idea of being your own boss sound? Maybe you’ve wanted to own a business your whole life and now that you’re retired you think now is the time. But you should be cautious. Today’s article gives five dangers of starting a business in your retirement. Here’s one, “Running a business may be the most challenging job of your life. If one of your major retirement aspirations is to spend more time with your family, you may be doing yourself a disservice by committing yourself to a launch that’ll have you working harder than ever.” To read more, CLICK HERE.
So your parents didn’t start a retirement fund for you the moment you were born and you didn’t start saving when you got your first job? Do you think now it’s too late and that you’ll be stuck working for the rest of your life? Today’s article replies to a reader’s question of what to do when you have nothing saved up. Here’s what they had to say, “First, figure out your retirement goals. When do you want to retire? What kind of lifestyle do you want? What will your biggest expenses be? The answers will determine how much you need to save.” To read more, CLICK HERE.
It seems like August was a month of all great financial news where everyone was winning. But today’s article highlights a handful of stocks you hopefully didn’t own in August. Here’s what the author had to say about them, “These stocks are all down more than 5% in the month of August. Such a poor showing is glaring amid a powerful market rally. The Standard & Poor’s 500 continued its seemingly non-stop march higher during August, notching a 3.8% gain.” Want to see which ones they are, CLICK HERE.
Lately, all we’ve heard about is the stock market breaking records here and there. But is that all about to come to an abrupt end? Today’s article explains both the optimistic and bearish views for the future of the stock market. “Plenty of experts think stocks are about to drop. But many others offer compelling arguments for the rally to continue for years. The bulls point to a strengthening U.S. economy. They also like that companies have plenty of money to keep buying back their own stock.” Want to read more, CLICK HERE.