What would you do if you received a $1,000 in tax refunds? Would you use it for something fun like taking a vacation or put it toward your retirement?
Increasing numbers of baby boomers are transforming their traditional retirement years with late-in-life employment. Here are a few tips for finding purposeful post-retirement jobs.
Most people are settling for a quarter (or less) of the income they could get from their bank accounts. Here are tips for getting the most out of your bank.
Is there anything better than free money? I don’t think so, either. You’re probably wondering how you could come across such a wonderful thing, right? The answer could be as simple as putting a little bit of each paycheck toward a retirement fund, such as a 401(k).
The thought of doing any activity other than something relaxing seems crazy to me. However, the truth seems to be retired people like to stay busy. With that, I give you another list: top physical activities for retirees. Check it out!
For new retirees with a lot of times on their hands, finding a part-time job is a possibility, although volunteering at local
Even though retirement is a long way down the line for me, one thing’s for certain: I won’t want another job. Or will I? According to an article published by The New York Times, 7.2 million Americans aged 65 and older are working, a number that has doubled in 15 years.
Have you ever considered hiring a financial planner? Let’s take a look at what financial planners do, and some good reasons to hire one.
If you ditch that $10 daily lunch and brown bag is $3 instead, you’re saving $7/day. That’s $1750/year. Stash those savings in a Roth IRA for the next 30 years.
Here are answers to some common questions that young people have about retirement savings, since you’re never too young to start saving for retirement!