Monthly Archives: November 2012

Beyond 65: Why Just 5 Years Can Make all the Difference, Part 1

here once was a time when hardworking Americans looked forward to reaching the milestone age of 65; an age at which they the good-old company pension — not to mention the monthly Social Security check — would finally kick in, … Continue reading

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Retirement Planning: A Recipe For Success

Planning your investments to build a retirement fund can be a dizzying prospect. The various questions and options and details and accounts and amounts are enough to make anyone’s head spin.  Wouldn’t it be nice if there was a generic … Continue reading

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Borrowing From Your 401(k): A Financial Sin

When we put money into our retirement accounts we do so for a specific purpose: retirement.  All the money you have funneled into your 401(k) is supposed to buy you that dream retirement lifestyle you spent your entire life working … Continue reading

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Shattering the “Glass Ceiling” of Retirement

We have all heard of the “glass ceiling,” and in recent decades, society as a whole has worked toward shattering it.  Though many will argue that the ceiling is still intact, there is no question that women continue to approach … Continue reading

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