Articles in Retirement
New Year. More Money. Here's How.
12/27/2010, 10:50 am from Motley Fool in Personal Finance, Basics, Investing Ideas, Retirement
Funny how a simple turn of the calendar page is like an instant
attitude adjustment: The clock strikes midnight and reboots our
drive to get stuff done. Suddenly it seems like it's possible... Read >>
Self Imposed Means Testing?
12/27/2010, 8:57 am from Roger Nusbaum in Personal Finance, Retirement
Yesterday on our Sunday hike (pictured to the left) I had an epiphany about social security and medicare that I think can be part of the solution. The idea has a couple of building blocks... Read >>
Keep the Wrong Hands Off Your Money
12/13/2010, 12:03 pm from Motley Fool in Personal Finance, Basics, Retirement
'Tis the season to bond with loved ones -- to sip hot toddies by
the fire and hope that none of your regifts are recognizable to
this year's recipient.
As long as you're filling out gift tags... Read >>
These Numbers Can't Be Correct
12/9/2010, 11:40 am from Roger Nusbaum in Personal Finance, Retirement
Early in the day yesterday CNBC mentioned something about middle class Americans thinking they need $300,000 for retirement but only having 7% of that figure saved so far. My brother sent me... Read >>
Retiring Isn't a "Do-It-Yourself" Project
12/8/2010, 2:00 am from Financial Planning Association in Personal Finance, Retirement
I like to do things myself. A few years ago, I decided to
tackle a small plumbing project while my wife went out shopping.
A half hour later, I was looking at a broken pipe with spraying
... Read >>
Seven Retirement Rules
12/5/2010, 4:35 pm from Roger Nusbaum in Personal Finance, Retirement
A blogger named Alex Trias had an interesting post the other day about how to invest during retirement . The article gave a detailed portfolio concept in terms of generating income that... Read >>
Planning For Retirement – Will You Be Prepared?
11/9/2010, 2:00 am from Financial Planning Association in Personal Finance, Retirement
Income security in retirement was once illustrated as a stool
supported by three legs. These legs were: Social Security income,
employer pension plans and personal savings. However, the
... Read >>
This Plan Will Get Your Kids Graduated
10/27/2010, 1:23 pm from Motley Fool in Personal Finance, College, Investing Ideas, Retirement
If you want to prepare your kids for starting their lives on
their own, one of the best things you can do is to give them your
financial support for college
. To do that, you need to do more... Read >>
Preparing for a World of Higher Taxes
10/26/2010, 10:00 am from Snider Advisors in Personal Finance, Retirement
Beginning January 1, 2011, it is highly likely your taxes will
increase. For some of you, the increase will be minor. For others,
it will be substantial.
As you probably know, the reason for... Read >>
Don't Make These 4 Money Mistakes
10/13/2010, 9:19 am from Motley Fool in Personal Finance, Banking and Loans, College, Credit and Debt, Investing Ideas, Retirement, Stocks
You want to do right by your kids. But if you make the wrong
moves with the money you've set aside to help them, much of your
hard work could end up going to waste.
Keeping it together
... Read >>