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Many people often get misleading information about financial planning for their retirement. It is imperative to learn about effective financial planning to avoid making mistakes that can lead to financial instability in the future.  If you get equipped with the right information, you will know how to plan for a stress-free retirement. Read on to learn more about financial myths in retirement.  You Can Determine the Amount...

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No matter how much you have saved, it's important to remember that your returns will always vary. Instead of planning on regular returns each year, consider planning for volatility by varying what you withdraw and when. Be Ready to Flex Since the bond market is extremely low, your retirement investments are probably concentrated in stocks. When the return is good, it may be tempting to set your...

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In the retirement years of life, many people are often freed from the obligations that they had when they were working. This can be a highly valuable time in one's life, and yet it is often not treated as such. There are many benefits to having a schedule in retirement, including increased productivity, improved health, and more time to spend with family members. For some people, this...

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Building a strong financial foundation for your future has probably been on your radar for a while. However, for many workers, the end of organized or paid employment can be rather amorphous. If your last day in the office is close enough to have you worrying, now is your time to sit down and go over the numbers. Determine Your Budget In your post-working life, your expenses...

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While the Covid-19 pandemic ended millions of jobs, many Americans still saved toward retirement. Yet there's still a major retirement crisis in the United States today as half of Americans do not have enough savings to maintain their living standards once they retire. Here's a look at how Covid-19 has affected retirement plans. Covid-19 Impact on Retirement Planning Millions of workers were laid off or faced reduced...

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We are living at a progressive and prosperous time in history. Significant economic, technological, and medical advancements have been made, and it's only getting better. So it goes without saying that living a long, robust, and healthy life is not a big issue anymore as is figuring out all the moving pieces. Longevity Planning? With living a long life comes the extra need for a holistic and...

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If you are concerned about having sufficient financial resources after you retire, read on. We will discuss how to ensure a comfortable life during this phase of life.  Future Expenses: How Much Will You Need? First and foremost, you ought to estimate how much you will need. Investopedia states, "Many financial advisors boil down this answer to one rule of thumb, at least as a starting point:...

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Whether you planned to retire in 2021 or are heading into retirement due to other pressures, there are steps that you can take before you leave your full-time job. For example, you may need to decide what to do with your 401(k), how to access any pension available, and what your retirement budget will be. Determine Your Budget The budget that worked when you were working will...

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