If you are in your 60s, retirement is nearing – and, however you may feel about retirement, the author of today’s article states that “it is important to think about what your dream retirement will look like. Equally important is determining whether or not your finances are up to the task of providing that retirement for you.” He proceeds to outline five tips for people in their 60s when it comes to making those determinations. For more, CLICK HERE.
The author of today’s article notes that the “standard prescription” for most retirees these days is “a combination of working longer, living on less, and reducing expectations for their retirement dreams.” But for those who either cannot – or refuse to – comply with that dreary prescription, there is a more creative retirement solution to consider: retiring abroad in a location with a lower cost of living. The author highlights the positive story of one couple who chose to take a “radically new path” in retirement – and what others can learn from their success. CLICK HERE for more.
“If and when the economy bursts, it will take the retirement dreams of millions of Americans with it,” declares the author of today’s article, who examines how the Federal Reserve’s monetary policies since 2008 have reflected a fundamental error that he argues will end up affecting tens of millions of U.S. boomers. That error? Ignoring the demographics of the country, namely the “huge bulge of boomers – retirees and near-retirees – who do not need to be moving out on the risk curve at this time in their lives.” To read more, CLICK HERE.