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Seven Habits of Highly Effective Retirees

By Gary Foreman Retirement affects everything you do. It’s the biggest change in your lifestyle since you moved out on your own in your teens or twenties. Bigger than getting married, having kids, sending them through college. You’ve worked hard for years. And now you’re supposed to be able...

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Retiring With Debt? How To Manage

By Anne Arbour We, present company included, often preach about the importance of retiring our debt before we retire ourselves. We write about how the burden of servicing debt on a fixed retirement income can put a strain on you future plans, about how it can compromise your ability...

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Become A Retirement Rebel

By Mike Drak The boomers that I like to hang around at the swimming pool are badass people that I fondly refer to as Retirement Rebels. Retirement Rebels refuse to follow the old fashion beliefs about “old-people,” and being retired. In fact they are anything but retired. They are...

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Retire Without Debt – So You Can Go-Go With Enough Dough

By Anne Arbour What do you envision when you daydream about your retirement? Are you lounging on the deck of a cruise ship or are you sinking putts on the golf course? Are you photographing wildlife in the countryside or are you finally taking those singing lessons? Whatever your...

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Looking To Move? 4 Must-Do Tips Before You Start

By Joseph Richer Downsizing to a smaller place or selling the family home can be an emotional experience, especially if you’ve been out of the real estate market for a long time. Here are four must-do tips to help with the process.

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There’s More To Retirement Than Financial Planning

By Mike Drak The retirement industry is starting to wake up to the fact that just because a client has achieved a certain level of retirement savings doesn’t mean that they will automatically enjoy a happy retirement. There are many other things to consider too.

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