Category Archives: Retirement

Social Security in the 21st Century

By Martin Hahn  |    March 21, 2018 Social security is one of the successes gotten by the Americans. The program provides a foundation of economics security for more than 47 million Americans and their families. The reason for the built in protections, we have come close to eliminating poverty among seniors. It also helps in… Read More »

401K (Employee Benefit) and Retirement Plans and Audits

By Daryl Joyce  |   March 07, 2018 401k Audit is no less an exception which is complex for the people who are not familiar with it. Federal Government has stated some rules and regulations that are mandatory for both 401k plans, other retirement plans, and employer as well. The word “audit” whenever cited; raises questions and discomfort among… Read More »

Rev Up Your Retirement: Get the Best Price for Your Home

(NewsUSA) | 10/2/2017 Even if your retirement seems far away, it’s never too early to think about retirement funds. For many people, retirement means selling their current home. Data from a recent survey show that more than half of the baby boomer generation plan to sell their current homes as part of their retirement. If… Read More »

Five Positive Tips for Baby Boomers: Retirement & Panic

By Carolee Duckworth  |   September 15, 2017 As we 73 million Baby Boomers retire in droves, at the rate of 10,000 per day, and totaling more than a quarter million Americans every month until the year 2030, we enter a period of personal disorientation and confusion, if the truth be known. We are a very hard-working generation, and… Read More »

How to Secure Income for Retirement

(NewsUSA) | July 10, 2015 Ten thousand Americans a day are turning 65, including a couple we’ll call Stu and Helen. In excellent health, Stu and Helen could be facing a retirement of 30 years — or even longer. One of their biggest fears about their impending retirement is their potential longevity — and running… Read More »

Estimating Your Retirement Income Needs

By Yulian Isakov  |    February 18, 2011 Retirement planning is really a combination of an art and science. You can plan for an annual retirement income that you would like to see in your retirement years – perhaps something that is at least the income that you earn now or a percentage of your current income. You’ll also… Read More »

Transitioning Into Retirement

By Ben Giles  |   January 10, 2009 The retirement “zone” If you’re considering retirement within the next five years or so, you’re in the retirement “zone.” This is a critical time period during which you’ll be faced with a number of important choices, and the decisions you make can have long-lasting consequences. It’s a period of transition: a… Read More »