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Planning Your Transition To Retirement

By Susan Williams Some time back, Dr. Martin Hyde from Swansea University joined us to share some research on some of the challenges that people may have as they transition into retirement. I was delighted to have him join us again to discuss some possible options on how to...

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What Will You Do With Your Dash Years?

By Mike Drak “I read of a man who stood to speak At the funeral of a friend He referred to the dates on the tombstone From the beginning…to the end He noted that first came the date of birth And spoke the following date with tears, But he...

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The Ripple Effect – You Never Know Who You May Impact

By Susan Williams Everyday we connect with people in our lives. Sometimes we may talk to them, sometimes we may not. We may be kind to some people and possibly not so kind to others. The one thing that all of these interactions have in common is that we...

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Baby Boomers And The Gig Economy – Why It Works

By Susan Williams The gig economy is big and growing. It’s projected to have double digit growth over the next five years. And we’re not talking small numbers. The customer revenue generated through this sourcing channel is anticipated to expand from $204B in 2018 to $455B by 2023. That’s...

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Early Retirement Traps You’re Not Planning For Yet

By Joe Casey Early retirement is a big achievement that’s years in the making. It takes vision, planning, discipline, and sacrifice to reach the point where work becomes a choice and not a financial necessity. But there are some early retirement traps you may not be planning for yet...

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Behind In Your Retirement Savings? It’s Not Too Late

By Susan Williams Are you behind in your retirement savings? If you are, you are definitely not alone. A report in the US discovered that people between the ages of 55 and 64 have a median of $120,000 saved (which is substantially lower then what is estimated as being needed) and...

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