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can I retire on 500k nest egg

Can I Retire on 500k?

It is possible to retire on 500k in retirement savings, but you’ll need to do some careful planning. There aren’t many universal answers to retirement questions like this one. You need an individualized answer. I’m going to show you a simple process for answering this question. Whether you can or not depends largely on how …

Is $600,000 Enough to Retire?

Is $600,000 Enough to Retire?

If you have $600,000 saved toward retirement can you retire? It may be possible. It really all depends on what is important to you in retirement and how much income you need for a comfortable retirement. To figure out if $600,000, or any amount, is enough for you to retire on you’ll need to consider …

Man Checking Asset Location

Asset Location is Important Too

That’s not a typo. While asset allocation is a common investment term, asset location is an often overlooked aspect of retirement planning. That is unfortunate because asset location can significantly affect the after-tax value of your retirement income. I’ll explain what asset location means and how you can use that information to increase your retirement …

403b vs 401k

403b vs 401k: Differences and Similarities

The primary difference between a 403b vs 401k retirement account is who uses them. A 401k is for people employed by a for-profit organization. In contrast, the 403(b) plan is for those who work for a non-profit organization. Some typical examples include teachers, members of religious organizations, and hospital employees. This is the key difference …

Roth IRA Contribution Limits

Roth IRA’s can be an excellent retirement saving vehicle. Roth IRAs allow you to save $6,00 per year towards retirement if you are under 50. People who are 50 or older can contribute a “catch-up” contribution of $1,000 each year for a total Roth IRA contribution limit of $7,00 per year. Unlike Traditional IRA’s and …

drinking latte thinking about long-term goals

Now or Later? Planning for Long-Term Goals

Have you thought about what you might be giving up by waiting to invest for long-term goals such as retirement? One of the greatest financial tools that young investors have is time. Time’s effect on long-term investment performance is much greater than financial savvy or a large income. So many younger would-be savers and investors …