Retirement Planning

Planning for Your Retirement: It’s Never Too Late

Retirement Planning

Retirement? How can you think about retirement when you’re having trouble paying your mortgage and you’re about 30 days from the curb? Your job is a little shaky right now too. On top of that, you just had to drain your savings for an emergency. Fortunately, even if you’re having a boatload of financial problems, […]

Will Saving 10% of Your Income Be Enough to Retire?

Retirement

As human beings we like numbers, especially round ones. If I want to plan for retirement, don’t give me a lot of charts and graphs, just give me a percentage that I need to save. A common percentage is 10%. It’s simple. It seems doable. And if you’re a Christian, it matches the tithe, so […]

Confused by Your Retirement Plan? You’re Not Alone

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Retirement plans are confusing the world over! Recent research shows that the British public are confused by them too, confirming the idea that wherever you live, pensions are difficult. However, this is no reason for apathy! Find out all you can and start your retirement plan as soon as possible to ensure a comfortable future. […]

Retiring Rich Retiring Successful

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Retiring should be a relaxing time when we say goodbye to the 9-5 and enjoy the fruits of our labour. Planning ahead, saving early, and deciding what kind of legacy you wish to have are all easy ways to enjoy your retirement with success. Keep your mind and body active once you finish regular work […]

Preparing For A Dual Retirement

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Good Morning Redeeming Riches Readers. My name is Kristina and I am the daily blogger at DINKS Finance.  Today Redeeming Riches and DINKS Finance have decided to exchange blog posts; I hope you enjoy reading as I share my financial expertise with all of you. DINKS Finance is a personal finance blog for couples by […]

Why A Lack Of Communication Is Detrimental To Marriage And Retirement Planning

Retirement Planning
Marriage And Retirement

When we think about saving up for our golden years, we often consider 401k contribution limits, Roth IRA tax benefits, and withdrawal rates. However, one major component of planning for one’s future is usually missing; most people fail to consider both marriage and retirement when thinking ahead. Marriage And Retirement Planning: The Need For Communication […]

4 Benefits of Using a Retirement Calculator

Personal Finance

If you have not already started planning for your retirement you should start today. While everyone looks forward to their golden years a lot of people are afraid of retirement or have no idea what kind of retirement savings it will take to make for an enjoyable retirement. One of the great tools available to […]

This Week in Personal Finance – April 16, 2010

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Another week in the books!  Every time I write one of these posts I just can’t but think how fast the time flies! It seems like yesterday I was writing last week’s round up post! Anyways, it’s been a gorgeous week with the weather in my neck of the woods!  Upper 70’s, low 80’s is […]

Why You’re Off Track for Your Retirement (And What to Do About It)

Retirement

Perhaps you’re sitting there scratching your head, wondering what happened to your plans! Whatever grand allusions you had for retirement – whether it was spending more time with family, more time volunteering or simply more time seeing the wonders of the world  – maybe you find yourself thinking “I may never be able to retire.” Here are […]

7 Tips to Achieve Retirement Success

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Success! Wikipedia defines it as: The achievement of an objective or a goal. When it comes to saving for retirement many of us naturally want to achieve our goals.  The fact is, for most of us retirement is a marathon race and not a sprint so it’s important to have some ideas in mind to keep you on […]