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Freedom Is Just Another Word For…. Retirement

By Joe Casey The essence of retirement is freedom. Time to do what you want – when you want. Building enough financial security to walk away and live on your own terms. Graduating from the grind to a different lifestyle. Time to begin to focus less on pursuing the...

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Retirement – Heaven Or Hell?

By Mike Drak Retirement is great during the honeymoon stage. There is nowhere to be, no deadlines, no stress and no pressure to perform. But after a while what at first seemed like freedom, reveals itself as a new form of hell. There is a Twilight Zone episode called “A Nice...

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Grey Divorce and Retirement – Some Things To Know

By Susan Williams No matter how old you are a divorce can be difficult time in someone’s life. It’s an emotional situation often filled with high levels of stress and anxiety. But divorce at an older stage of life can even be more complicated as people are often dealing...

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Five Financial Planning Steps To Take As You Approach Retirement

By Larry Heller, CFP® As you prepare for you retirement, there are probably many things on your mind and lots of things to do. To help, here is a list of five things that you should probably make sure that you add to your list. Retirement Mindset After working...

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Trending Topics This Week – Optimism, Social Isolation and Saving For Retirement

This week we explore the relationship between optimism, health and aging, wonder whether technology is contributing to social isolation and question whether this situation could be why baby boomers haven’t saved enough for retirement.

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Managing Your Income In Retirement

By Susan Williams When you’re working, you’re used to having a consistent paycheck every week but once you retire, this can change quite a bit. Depending on how your funding your retirement, either a defined benefit pension plan, a defined contribution pension plan, self funded or government programs –...

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