From our friends at Motley Fool "How much should I save for retirement?" It's one of the simplest retirement questions out there, yet one of the most difficult to answer. There's no one-size-fits-all approach for how much to save for retirement, because there are a slew of factors involved. Your retirement number -- or the … Continue reading Here’s how much Americans think retirement will cost
In case you are entering that time of your life where you are looking to relocate when you retire. Your retirement savings are more than just a nest egg: They’re a representation of a lifetime of hard work. You spent decades building up money so that you could really enjoy your retirement, and you’re not … Continue reading The best and worst towns to retire in
Are you making this mistake? Parenting has no specific end date. Sure, technically, you're no longer legal responsibility to support your children after they turn 18, but in general, people don't cut their kids off financially when that birthday rolls around. So some parents help pay for college. Others let their kids live with them for … Continue reading Common blunder could delay half of US retirements
Why One Fearless Couple Is Banking Their Retirement on Real Estate Let me make something clear: I don’t expect to retire the conventional way. Why? Because the retirement of our parents and grandparents continues to be something millennials are putting in their rearview mirrors. We recognize that if we don’t take charge of our financial … Continue reading Real Estate for Retirement
~ not trying to discourage you from your retirement plans, just hoping to give you a fuller picture! ~ 18 Reasons You Really Don't Want to Buy an RV ROAD WARRIORS, BEWARE For some, the American dream is to own a big house with a picket fence. For others, it's a house on wheels … Continue reading Thinking of Retiring in a RV on the Open Road?