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Ten years after the financial crisis and recession, middle-income Boomers are increasingly reliant on Social Security for their retirement income, according to a new study that details the mindset of current and soon-to-be retirees.  The Financial Crisis Strikes Boomers The proportion of middle-income Boomers who expect to rely on Social Security for their primary source… Read Article →

Developer Bradley McCarthy, an electrical engineer who retired at 46, has developed a very useful app  – iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch devices – for those interested in determining if they are on track to retire comfortably, make adjustments to their withdrawal (decumulation) plan, and track progress as they edge closer to retirement. The app uses… Read Article →

The following is a guest post from Randy Becker, a retirement planning professional and owner of the Becker Retirement Group in Bellevue, Washington. He has 30 years of experience in the insurance industry and holds a degree in personal financial planning from Metropolitan State College of Denver. Can you imagine going on an extended vacation without making… Read Article →

The following is a guest post from Alexander Joyce, President and CEO of ReJoyce Financial LLC. He’s also a Safe Money and Retirement Income Planning specialist, and has hosted radio shows, such as “The Safe Money and Income Radio Show” and “The Ask Mr. Annuity Radio Show.” Alexander is a licensed professional in Indiana and specializes in… Read Article →

The following is a guest post from Michael Clark and Property Turkey. Is it worth considering a rental property to generate retirement income? There are many reasons why you may not have enough in your retirement pot to secure the retirement income you either desire or need. Usually this is a result of unforeseen and… Read Article →

During the course of previous discussions, we have identified three general stages in an individual’s investment lifecycle: building a fiscal foundation (conducted during your 20s and 30s), accumulating wealth (occurring between the early 40s and mid-50s), and pre-retirement, the five-year period prior to your desired retirement age. During the pre-retirement stage, debt is eliminated and… Read Article →

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