The financial industry is full of people trying to scare you into saving more and more. The truth is we don’t need millions to retire.
Can you afford to retire? In this video I will explain exactly what the 4% rule is. The 4% rule is also commonly known as the safe withdrawal rate.
Saving too little for retirement is a major fear of most Americans, and studies have shown that more Americans fear insufficient retirement savings than fear death.
You’ve spent a lifetime paying into Social Security, but there’s no guarantee that you’ll get out of it what you’ve put in.
It’s out there, looming like a dense fog on the horizon. You know it’s coming, but you feel powerless to stop it. Your blood pressure rises.
The right age to take your benefits is a personal decision, but for me, the answer is a no-brainer.
You’ll be allowed to contribute an extra $500 to your 401(k) next year. The government will raise the contribution limit to $18,500 from $18,000 in 2018. It reassesses the limit annually. Read more
A plan of action for those who are approaching retirement age with little saved. I get some really interesting reader mail through the Contact page. By far the most common question I get is a variant of the below: I’m 53 years old and through a combination of unforeseen medical expenses/helping ailing parents/life kicking me…
In order for you to have a successful retirement, you need to avoid making the following mistakes: Emotion. Do not make your financial decisions based on how you feel. Feelings are great for expressing emotion, but are a disaster in financial planning. Giving into fear or conversely, greed will destroy your retirement fund. When you are investing…