Hubpages Personal Finance Competition Prizewinner - The secret to a long and happy life is work. The moment you stop working you stop living. So what are the prospects for retirement with no pension or savings?
Jack Reacher is a fictional character who wanders the country traveling with only the clothes on his back and his folding toothbrush. How much would this cost? Would this be a good retirement plan?
You are never too young to plan for retirement. Start saving early, but plan more details as you near retirement age. Questions to ask yourself about retirement and tips for making a retirement plan.
This is me giving my thoughts on what retirement planning should focus on. How you plan for your retirement is your business as you are the one who will have to live with plan in the end.
If I could go back in time and explain anything to my teenage self, it would be the thing I am about to write about right now. If you or someone you know is working their first job, then this article is the most...
Why Your Retirement Savings May Be Enough After All: How to Retire with Less Money Than You Think You Need
Most people want to know whether or not they've saved enough to retire. Financial planners routinely recommend saving enough to replace 80% of pre-retirement income. New research conducted by the National Bureau of...
You're probably so busy doing your work as well as paperwork and marketing that you couldn't possibly do one more thing. But there is one very big thing that you musn't forget: retirement planning.
The 10 best retirement plans: living in hotels, full-time RVing, going to college, living abroad, and other top retirement plans are considered. How much do the best retirement plans cost?
Retirement planning starts with frugal living today and socking away your savings. Here is a five point strategy to preparing for your future retirement needs, with the emphasis on doing what you can and increasing...
The 4% Rule is a guideline to help retirees determine how much they can safely withdraw from their nest egg each year. Before examining how the "4% Rule" applies to early retirement, let's look at the more...
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