“Let’s go someplace warm this winter” is heard in many conversations. You want some place warm to avoid the winter cold and snow.
This rarely happens, but retirement planning should start with your first job.
If you are in the retirement planning stage now, the amount of money you’ve saved will dictate where you can live.
Twenty million kids are living in a home with a single parent, and as a single parent you need to rethink your goals.
Where there were two there now could be three, four, or more if you used fertility drugs.
The reality is you need to plan for the soft side of retirement as well as the financial side.
The reality is that may not be possible for a variety of reasons.
No you can’t! The reality is if you start at forty and plan to retire at age 67 you have only 27 years of saving and investing.
We discussed the Boomers earlier in April but what about their kids?
At 59½ you can finally get at those dollars you have been stashing away for years in your retirement plans without paying a 10% penalty.