Tag: retirement

04 Sep

Best Ways To Withdraw Retirement Funds

Getting to the years of retirement is somehow today not so easy. First you got to get through “all” of life’s challenges and then you got to think about your retirement. You would think that after decades of saving money for retirement, the hard part of investing would be over. Think again. Devising a plan […]

31 Jul

Guest Post: How Living Longer Should Change the Way We Plan Our Retirement

More people are living longer – according to a fact sheet compiled by the Population Reference Bureau, the average life expectancy of boomers increased from 68 years to 79 years. This proves that mortality rates have decreased during the golden years. Additionally, the gender gap in life expectancy has narrowed. The number of years between […]

02 Jun

Better Retirement Plan: 401(k) vs Roth IRA

We often hear about choosing the better retirement plan – 401(k) or Roth IRA. In my case those things were like explaining earth life to an alien. Mission impossible. After some time i have read more about that and started to figuring out which plan is better for me. I am not a financial expert, […]

14 May

Personal finance: Ready for Retirement

We invest decades for the day when life won’t be directed by wake up timers, drive times, meeting calendars and office issues. At that point reality sets in: Retirement can be somewhat of a drag. Also, there might be 20 or more years of it in front of you. While conventional retirement arranging covers money […]

14 May

Are you on an early retirement mission?

Early retirement mission In this period i had really tried to find more articles and views about early retirement and with that to share my point of view about it. This is something around it. A lot of questions came to my mind. Am I ready for this early retirement mission? Forbes had an interesting […]