One Action Retirement Investors Can Take To Help Satisfy Their Need To Do Something

2020-03-21 15_22_58-Photo of Person Holding Alarm Clock · Free Stock PhotoWhat actions can retirement investors take in response to the current market conditions? The commonly-dispensed advice from financial experts, at least for those for whom retirement is still a ways off, is to do nothing and stay the course. But investors feel a strong need to do something – and today’s article identifies one action they can take that makes sense financially now. For more, CLICK HERE.

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Meet The New ‘Bonds’ For Retirement

2020-02-20 23_21_23-Trees in Park · Free Stock PhotoWith longer life expectancies and lower interest rates, among other factors, the traditional 60/40 portfolio “just won’t be able to cut it anymore”, according to some financial experts. Instead, greater allocations to equities will be needed – and dividend stocks will become the new bonds for retirement. One place investors can look for higher yields for their retirement portfolios? Business Development Companies, which are averaging annual yields of nearly 10%. For more, CLICK HERE.

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Spend Safely In Retirement (And Delay Taking Social Security) With This Strategy

2019-03-30 21_15_46-A collection of US Dollar bills make ... _ HD photo by Sharon McCutcheon (@sharoWith most financial experts advising that primary wage earners delay taking Social Security until age 70 (as delaying can result in payments that are 70% higher), the author of today’s article acknowledges that “for those who do want to maximize their benefits, that means utilizing other assets in the meantime which requires some strategizing.” He proceeds to outline one potential strategy – the Spend Safely in Retirement Strategy – that allows you to effectively create your own annuity or pension income stream. For more, CLICK HERE.

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Navigating The Critical Final 12 Months Before Retirement “Kickoff”

2018-10-04 21_05_08-30+ Great Calendar Photos · Pexels · Free Stock PhotosThe ultimate success of your retirement plan may depend to a significant degree on moves made – or not made – during the final 12 months before your actual retirement date. Today’s article outlines a number of considerations, as identified by financial experts, for this critical period – considerations pertaining to investments, debts and homes, expenses, taxes and lifestyle. For more, CLICK HERE.

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