Blog Posts - Retirement



The Importance Of Your Asset Allocation

I’m a big fan of investing. I get excited when I invest more money into the stock market and I get excited when I complete my net worth every month to see how I’ve bettered my financial situation. I even make it a point to sit down every quarter...
by Penny Thots on Dec 20, 2016

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by The Political Commentator on Dec 16, 2016

Is a Million Dollars Enough to Last a Lifetime?

Being a millionaire is overrated. The term itself has quite a few connotations, including many that have been ingrained in us since we were children. Becoming a “millionaire” meant being set for life, and not having to worry about things...
by Len Penzo dot Com on Dec 13, 2016

Preparing for Retirement: Why You Need a Financial Plan

Before discussing how to plan for retirement, one must first determine the answer to “why you need a financial plan.” This makes sense because most people first try to figure out how to plan it without knowing the exact reason/s why they...
by Doable Finance on Dec 9, 2016

Are You Counting on Social Security?

I got the inspiration to write this article, Are You Counting on Social Security? while watching our very contentious Election results here in the United States. A republican leader while celebrating the victory, was excited about the fact that one o...
by .Latina Affiliate on Dec 2, 2016

5 Reasons Real Estate is a Great Field for Seniors After Retirement

Retirement doesn’t have to be the end of work. You may find that after retirement you want another source of income or that you simply need something to do with your time. There are plenty of fine options for you to explore, but real estate in...
by Doable Finance on Dec 2, 2016

Is It Better to Borrow From Your 401k or Take an Early Withdrawal?

In the case of a financial emergency, you might have to dip into your 401k plan to find the money you need. This is never an ideal scenario, as taking money out of such accounts can severely set back progress you’ve made in saving for retiremen...
by Len Penzo dot Com on Sep 6, 2016

Retirement Gifts For Males – Make It Unforgettable

When it comes to find retirement presents for men, even though hundreds of tips appear up in your head, it is constantly suggestible to get a theme based mostly present. Giving the retirement presents are age aged custom but you can make a strike wit...
by lifestyle9.xyz on Sep 6, 2016

Mack Maine, Reginae Carter & Lil Wayne Himself All Confirm He Will Not Be Retiring From Rap After His Recent Tweets

Early this morning, Lil Wayne went on Twitter to say he feels “defenseless” and “mentally defeated”, as well as to say he loves us fans but he’s done with music aka he is going to retire. As a big Tunechi fan, it’s...
by Lil Wayne on Sep 3, 2016

Become Your Own Chief Frugal Officer

  Poor Man Survival Self Reliance tools for independent minded people… www.poormansurvivor.net ISSN 2161-5543 A Digest of Urban Survival Resources   Even if you're on the right track, you'll get run over if you just sit there. - Wi...
by Urban Survival Resources on Sep 1, 2016

What’s Your Calling?

What’s Your Calling?  Many years ago I was having a conversation with my aunt who’s been a teacher for over 20 years. I was trying to figure out what I wanted to do with my life and told her that I was leaning towards being a teacher but that...
by I Didn't Come Here to do This! on Aug 30, 2016

Which US States Offer the Biggest Bang for Your Buck?

I’ve always been fascinated by maps. Throw me a map of anyplace and I can be mesmerized for quite a long time. Don’t ask me why; it’s just how I am. So I guess I shouldn’t be too surprised that the other day I spent almost a h...
by Len Penzo dot Com on Aug 30, 2016

Managing A Financial Windfall

Financial windfalls are double edged swords.  One the one hand, you have a large sum of money. On the other, you can be placed into a situation you are not prepared to handle. Sales of real estate or businesses usually involve the conversion of an l...
by Debt Free Living Guru on Aug 25, 2016

11 Common Financial Planning Mistakes

The first step in securing your financial future is to make a plan. But once you have a plan, or even if you are in the process of creating a plan, there are pitfalls that you must avoid. The following list is 11 common financial planning mistakes th...
by Penny Thots on Aug 23, 2016

Invest Your Way To Financial Independence

This is a guest post from Pauline of InvestmentZen.com, a site that helps you grow your net worth with simple, actionable steps. Pauline escaped the rat race at 29 to live life on her own terms, and is now a location independent blogger and entrepren...
by MoneySmartGuides on Aug 22, 2016

Focusing on Early Retirement

Contents from freedom 35 blog. (www.freedomthirtyfiveblog.com) Early Retirement  For professional skiers the best time to retire is when they start to go downhill. 😆 But what about the rest of us? Well for most people the question isn’t at...
by Freedom 35 Blog on Aug 18, 2016

Active Investing vs. Passive Investing: The Showdown

When it comes to investing, there are two schools of thought – active investing and passive investing. You will find that many people are of the belief that one or the other of these schools of thought is the way to invest. If you are new to invest...
by Penny Thots on Aug 16, 2016

The Importance of This Asset with Your Retirement Planning

August 4, 2016 The hardest obstacle we face daily is meeting all of our financial obligations. With so much going out each day, week or on a monthly base, so how do we control all that we... This blog has a lot of information regarding social...
by JFBMarketing at APSense on Aug 5, 2016

ENGLAND’S QUEEN ELIZABETH MAY BE RETIRING & ALLOWING WILLIAM & KATE TO BE CORONATED

FOR 100 MILLION DOLLAR CEREMONY SERIOUSLY THE ENGLISH DESERVE ALL THE SHIT THEY ARE GOING TO GET IN THE FUTURE BECAUSE THEY ARE PAYING THIS FAMILY TO BEHAVE AS THEY Continue reading...
by The Politics of Everything on Aug 4, 2016

Why Stock Market Trading is the Ideal Retirement Hobby

There are numerous ideas for retirement hobbies but few are as exciting or as potentially rewarding as trading on the stock market. In many ways this is an ideal way of finding something new and fresh to do once you stop working. If you want an enjoy...
by Debt Free Living Guru on Aug 4, 2016


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