The Secret That Makes Berkshire Hathaway The “Single Best Retirement Stock Out There Today”

2020-01-08 20_46_17-White and Pink Flowers Beside A Canister · Free Stock Photo“It’s easier than you think to identify Warren Buffett’s top retirement stock. Don’t overthink it. It’s his own company: Berkshire Hathaway,” declares the author of today’s article, who identifies the “secret” that allows Berkshire to deliver such impressive returns – and which makes it “the single best retirement stock out there today.” For this – and more reasons why Berkshire is a perfect stock for retirees – CLICK HERE.

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3 Paths From $100,000 To $1 Million In Retirement Savings

2019-12-30 09_44_00-White All We Have Is Now Neon Signage on Black Surface · Free Stock PhotoWhile some argue it’s not enough – and others argue it’s needlessly high – the figure of $1 million is frequently cited as the amount to strive for when it comes to retirement savings. And with the average 401(k) and IRA accounts having balances of around $100,000, today’s article lays out scenarios to get from this starting point to $1 million in retirement savings, whether you have 30 years, 20 years, or just 10 years until retirement. For more, CLICK HERE.

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Unlocking The Implications Of The SECURE Act

2019-12-30 09_40_23-Grayscale Photography of Combination Lock · Free Stock PhotoThe long-awaited Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement (SECURE) Act has been passed by Congress and signed by President Trump – and several of its many provisions affecting 401(k)s, IRAs, annuities and more take effect as soon as 2020 begins. So what are the new rules of retirement saving? Today’s article outlines some of the most important provisions of the SECURE Act, including changes to the rules governing required minimum distributions (RMDs) which one retirement expert states “could provide tax benefits to some and tax hurdles for others”. For more, CLICK HERE.

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Retirement In The 2010s : “A Tale Of Two Very Different Realities”

2019-12-17 07_42_51-WindowThe good news? Over the past decade, the outset of which coincided with the beginning of the recovery from the Great Recession, Americans’ odds of a successful retirement have improved significantly. The bad news? This applies almost exclusively to affluent Americans, whereas most Americans’ retirement prospects are no better than they were at the beginning of the decade – or are even worse. As a result, the author of today’s article asserts that “Retirement in America has become a tale of two very different realities in the decade now drawing to a close” – and he examines how this has become so. For more, CLICK HERE.

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“Massive Cash Returns” Makes This One Of The Best Stocks For Retirees

2019-12-17 07_16_08-WindowWhat makes the stock highlighted in today’s article “one of the best stocks for retirees and dividend investors”? Among other things, 36 consecutive years of dividend growth (including a recently announced 2% dividend increase), rewarding investors with big cash returns through share buybacks (including a recently announced $4 billion share buyback), and capital appreciation thanks to steady share price growth. Most importantly, the author outlines how “the company’s strategy of returning massive cash to investors appears safe.” For more, CLICK HERE.

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The “Cornerstone Of Retirement Planning” (That Most Americans Don’t Understand)

2019-10-25 22_38_34-Flag of America photo – Free Flag Image on UnsplashIt’s “the cornerstone of retirement planning” – yet in a recent study, 92% of the American adults surveyed either demonstrated a lack of understanding of it or couldn’t even define what it was! What is this retirement-planning cornerstone? Fixed-income investing – and one portfolio manager cited in today’s article warns that “The lack of knowledge about fixed-income investing is a problem because it means many Americans are likely missing out on two of its big benefits”. For more, CLICK HERE.

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How Inflation Can Impact Your Retirement (And Some Inflation-Protection Strategies)

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Inflation may not seem like much of a concern right now, but the author of today’s article points out that periods in which inflation has been significantly higher than average have typically arrived without any advance warning. Given this, and considering the fact that, as he notes, “even average rates of inflation can take a large toll”, it’s worthwhile to consider the impact inflation could have on your retirement plan. For two categories of spending the author sees as particularly worrisome for retirees going forward, as well as strategies available to protect yourself from inflation in retirement, CLICK HERE.

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A “Perverse Conclusion” On Investing For Retirement

2019-10-17 21_26_03-tilt-shift photography of person in brown jacket photo – Free Person Image on Un“Here’s a sobering thought: Much—and perhaps most—of the money you’ll accumulate for retirement will reflect the raw dollars you sock away and not the investment returns you earn,” begins the author of today’s article, who proceeds to outline some examples to illustrate this fact, as well as examine its implications. For more – including the “perverse conclusion” this leads the author to regarding investing for retirement – CLICK HERE.

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