Editor Sharon Swanepoel firstname.lastname@example.org
It’s a spring ritual. The entrances to many subdivisions will sport graduation banners trumpeting the names of the community’s high school graduates.
Planning for retirement should start in one’s early twenties. Because good health habits are developed early and health governs the quality of life long before retirement, and certainly, after.
Consumers have been spending, but data indicates they do so by decreasing savings. That is not healthy as we preach do-it-yourself approaches to financial independence in retirement.
Historically low interest rates are providing opportunities for investors in non-traded real estate investment trusts (REITs).
In determining the amount of money necessary in retirement, retirees may become financially paranoid, unduly tight with spending to the point that they fail to enjoy the fruits of their saving.
The question for every worker (and investor) is, “As things shift, can you shift with them?”
Being “a millionaire” ain’t what it used to be!
Public policy experts debate the sustainability of Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid as the baby boomer tsunami washes up on the shore of eligibility at the rate of roughly 10,000 a day.
Heed the Two-Percent Warning. It’s a game changer!
March is a transitional month as the vernal equinox on March 20 heralds the change of seasons.
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