Retirement

7 Retirement Planning Mistakes You Might Make

Shutterstock photo By Michael Conway, CFP®, ChFC® Without initiative or proper guidance, many of us never learn about fundamental retirement planning steps until we’ve already made a mistake. He… Latest Articles in Retirement Personal finance books that everyone should read starting to invest saving for college paying off your mortgage and reaching financial peace in your life

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Avoid Getting Entangled by Taxes in Retirement

Shutterstock photo If you’re not careful about planning ahead, taxes could trip up your retirement plans. SEE ALSO: 6 Tax-Efficient Strategies to Keep More of Your Money in Retirement Taxes should never be overlooked in retirement planning. Fifty years ago, most … Latest Articles in Retirement

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The Dangers of 'Set It and Forget It' Retirement Plans

Shutterstock photo If you’ve started saving for retirement, you’re ahead of the game. According to GOBankingRate’s 2017 Retirement Savings survey, about one in three Americans have no retirement savings, and 55 percent have less than $ 10,000 in retirement savings. Among those who have s… Latest Articles in Retirement

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Saving and Investing When You're Just Starting Out

Shutterstock photo By Eric Dostal, J.D., CFP® Congratulations! After all the classes, exams, late nights, early mornings and interviews (so many interviews), you actually get to start the career you’ve spent the majority of your life working towards. In addition to the millions of things yo… Latest Articles in Retirement

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Retirement: Saving First Million Is the Hardest

Shutterstock photo By David Rae, CFP®, AIF® Some of us are old enough to remember when having a million bucks really made you feel like a million bucks. Unfortunately, no matter what your age today, chances are you’re going to need to accumulate at least a million dollars to maintain you… Latest Articles in Retirement

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