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Category Archives: Retirement planning
Who manages the finances at your house? You? Your spouse? Both? Neither? I remember when it dawned on me that – even in houses run by people who are more than financially astute, Wall Street types and business owners – … Continue reading
Did your mother ever say to you should do something because “It’s good for you.” I know I’ve said that on more than a few occasions to my three kids. Whether it was “Eat your vegetables,” “Get some exercise” or … Continue reading
Where do you want to age? To spend your quote-unquote golden years. If you’re like the vast majority of people (and my mother…and Carolyn…and me) home would be your preference, rather than a nursing home or an assisted living facility. … Continue reading
National Save for Retirement Week serves as a friendly reminder for each of us to look at our personal retirement goals and plan (like we need additional pressure than what Mom and Dad are already putting on us). As a … Continue reading
My calendar is key for reminding me of important dates and events. Whether it’s someone’s birthday or anniversary or a holiday, that calendar reminder prompts me to do something. I may send a card, make a phone call or plan … Continue reading
If I had an opportunity to offer advice related to money to my younger self, I would have engaged with money matters sooner, and made money my friend. I made three fundamental mistakes and I plan to teach my daughter … Continue reading
That’s true in many, many instances. Think of buying a gift for a birthday a week from now. You put it off, then put it off some more. All of a sudden that birthday is tomorrow. You no longer have … Continue reading
Good friends are rare occurrence in life, you know the kind you can talk to about anything and they won’t judge or hold anything against you? If you have such friends you know what I’m talking about. One of my … Continue reading
Today we released a new survey on affluent women between the ages of 40-69 that reveals their perception of wealth, investing and retirement. What was most encouraging was that affluent women incomes are trending higher with 44% saying they earn … Continue reading
It’s hard to feel financially free when carrying a heavy backpack of student loans. Wells Fargo’s Millennial Retirement Survey found that 54% of this generation claimed that debt was their biggest financial concern. But what’s interesting is to see the … Continue reading