Are you faced with (or hoping for) an early retirement?
Then you’ll want to do your homework to learn how to retire early without hurting your finances.
According to a study from the Employee Benefit Research Institute, nearly 50% of workers plan on retiring after the age of 65 to collect maximum social security benefits. However, only 19% end up staying that long.
Most of the time, early retirement can be attributed to unexpected events such as poor health, economic downturn, loss of employment, or family issues. However, with the right planning and budgeting, you can retire early on your own terms. Read More
Most financial advisors either love them or hate them.
Are annuities the right retirement option for you?
Are you planning for retirement?
If so, you may be thinking, “How do I convert that money I set aside during my years of work into ongoing income?” The financial industry does not suffer from a lack of choices when it comes to investments and, quite often, annuities can be an appropriate option in retirement.
Yet probably no product in existence generates so many reactions as annuities.
Before you invest in them, however, there are many different things to consider. Keep reading to learn more about what annuities are, the types of annuities, and how to determine if it’s a good investment for your future. Read More
A 401k retirement plan has been a standard part of employee benefits packages since the late 1970s. This type of retirement plan involves withholding contributions from each worker’s paycheck and holding those monies tax-deferred in an investment account until that worker retires.
Nonprofit, tax-exempt organizations were not able to offer 401k plans to their workers until 1996. Before that year, the only employer-sponsored option for nonprofits and their employees was known as a 403b plan.
The 403b plan is still an option for nonprofit workers and exists alongside traditional 401k offerings. But what is a 403b, exactly, and is it a good investment? Read on to find out.
Apparently, most Americans are not prepared for retirement. While these people may not be terribly concerned about their future at this point in their lives, many are in for a rude awakening when their income suddenly drops dramatically.
By having an individual retirement account (IRA), you can diversify your portfolio and prepare your finances for your future. You might not know this, but there are actually two different kinds of IRAs: the traditional IRA and the Roth IRA.
If you’re looking to save for your and your family’s future, an Individual Retirement Account (IRA) is an effective way to do so. But what is an IRA account and how does it work? What are the different types of IRA? What is an IRA actually useful for?
Read on to find out everything you need to know.Read More
Elections are always crazy but this time around its definitely out of control. However, we have two candidates whose ideologies couldn’t be more different so how do you protect your portfolio and your retirement. Read More
Do I need life insurance in retirement? Planning with life insurance can provide you with some safe and great benefits. Let’s review how life insurance can provide you with more pension income. Read More