Category Archives for "Retirement"
Consulting or freelance Many consulting companies are often looking for people to come in and work on a project basis. There are also a lot of other organizations that hire freelancers to fill gaps in their staff and assist on or pick up extra projects. This type of work is ideal for retirees, because it […]Read more
Becoming a senior citizen comes with such financial perks as discounts at restaurants, hotels, retailers and entertainment venues. The list can include senior car insurance discounts, too. The latest figures from the Federal Highway Administration, or FHA, show that drivers 65 years old and over accounted for 17.4 percent of the total driving population in […]Read more
Entering retirement is a dramatic shift in lifestyle. On one hand, there is suddenly plenty of time for those hobbies and activities that were postponed in favor of work. On the other hand, fixed income and prudent care for the nest egg require a new kind of budgetary discipline. Fortunately, there are plenty of fun […]Read more
U.S. News & World Report releases a list of the best places to live in America every year. The best places to live 2017 ranking looked at five metrics: job market, value, quality of life, desirability, and net migration. The best place to live in America is Austin, Texas, followed by Denver, Colorado. Scores for […]Read more
Retirement planning is no easy task. Not only do factors like salary, debt and expenses all affect your ability to save, but there’s also no one-size-fits-all solution to realizing the vision of your golden years. Generally, the right retirement plan is about timing, opportunity and avoiding common retirement-planning mistakes. With that in mind, here are […]Read more
It’s never too early to start thinking about how you want to spend your time — and your money — in retirement. No matter if you’re hoping to retire as early as possible or plan to work until you can’t, having a plan for how you want to spend your senior years helps make sure […]Read more
Most seniors probably don’t consider building and maintaining credit to be a top financial issue. After all, the home and car are paid off and everything else is contained within a careful budget, right? Not exactly. While that might have been the norm for many retirees in the past, it is changing with this generation […]Read more