The transition to retirement can be a time of feeling a little stuck. It’s kind of like being in a pandemic. You are not quite where you want to be
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Federal tax increases are likely coming to the wealthy within the next year. If you have or are projecting significant income or assets, these
A lot of retirement planning articles suggest that you “need” a million bucks to retire securely. We know that is not true. There are as many
It’s not unusual for people to want to cut housing costs, and it’s especially true of older adults who may be looking for ways to retire early or
Episode 57 of the NewRetirement podcast is an interview with Peter Leyden — an author, entrepreneur, and public speaker — and discusses what
Are you “saving too much”? Are you “not saving enough”? These questions haunt people who are worried about funding retirement responsibly.
More than 5.5 million people have Alzheimer’s today, and as the baby boomers age, by 2050 that number is projected to triple. Additional research
It is not always easy to talk about financial matters with friends and family. Online retirement forums and early retirement forums are great options
Retired athletes too often face financial ruin. According to authoritative reporting by Sports Illustrated, approximately 78 percent of NFL players
Episode 55 of the NewRetirement podcast is an interview with Roger Whitney — author, financial advisor, podcaster, and founder of the Rock
You are lucky if you have a pension. You are lucky if your pension gives you different pay out options, but the choice for what to do can be
Episode 54 of the NewRetirement podcast is an interview with Paula Pant, the Founder of Afford Anything, a personal finance site, and host of the
At age 47 I was jobless, emotionally broken after an abusive marriage, and running through savings to keep a divorce attorney in my corner.
Depending on your income (not your assets), you may be receiving a stimulus check of somewhere between $1,400 and $2,800. How are people putting this
Recently online, individual NewRetirement subscribers were discussing the most foolish financial decisions they had ever made. The conversations