Retirement Planning

6 Events that Can Interrupt your Retirement Plans and What You Can Do about it

C.S. Lewis said, “You are never too old to set a new goal, or dream a new dream.” Is it possible he could have known about today’s retirement crisis? The truth is, no matter how much we prepare, sometimes, life happens. The closer we are to retirement age, the more strategy we need to employ …

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Retirement Planning for the Self-Employed: 4 Mistakes to Avoid

When you’re self-employed, the burden of saving for retirement falls entirely on you, which can be a bit daunting. At the same time, being self-employed allows you total freedom over your financial future; you can more-or-less decide how much to contribute to your retirement fund as well as what type of retirement account will best suit …

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Why are Investor’s Returns Often Different than the Investments They Hold?

The research on investor performance is clear. The average mutual fund investor tends to have worse returns than the average mutual fund. Behavioral factors have a lot do with this. People tend to be emotional, and can often react in precisely the most incorrect way possible when markets are volatile. Fear often causes investors to …

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How to Handle an IRA Inherited from your Spouse

When someone passes away leaving money in a traditional IRA, the money will go to whomever is listed as the beneficiary of the retirement account. That is simple enough, and is accomplished by writing names in the appropriate blocks on the IRA form at opening.  When this happens, the beneficiary has an inherited IRA. However, …

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Planning for a Dynamic, Non-Traditional, Retirement

There are several key points to consider if you’re interested in a non-traditional retirement or one involving a second career. With the booming innovation economy and rapidly expanding communication technology, people are no longer restricted to one career or even location. Traditional methods of financial planning focus on wealth and capital accumulation during the working …

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