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Retirement Blogs for Baby Boomers [2019 Edition]

Rather than approaching retirement as the end of one chapter, think of it as the beginning of another.  You have every reason to celebrate after decades of working a 9 to 5, but even happy transitions can be challenging at first. We rounded up blogs that help baby boomers find fulfillment in retirement. Some blogs […]

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Will Social Security still provide enough for early retirees?

By: Feeding Our Fire If you have read recent reports of the future of Social Security its sounds dire and we won’t be able to count on this for our retirement planning.  The news uses terms like “insolvent” and “bankrupt,” implying that Social Security will run out of money long before we can access its […]

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6 Keys to Nail Your Retirement Plan

By: Matt | The RN Mentor There are 6 keys to nail your retirement plan, and hopefully, you learn them at a young age. Investing wisely for retirement is one of the most important financial actions we can make. However, most people don’t take retirement planning seriously enough, early enough. Many Americans find it challenging […]

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The one staggering expense people forget to include in retirement planning

By: Danielle Roberts Many Americans feel the burden of expensive healthcare in the United States. As many people work to gain employer medical coverage, it can be easy to be unaware of what health truly costs. This leaves them unprepared for how much they need to save for healthcare costs in retirement. According to the […]

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Stop Putting Money in Your Retirement Plans

By: Dr. Cory Fawcett | DrCorySFawcett.com We have been trained from the day we started earning money to put some of it away for the future. For most of us, the lion’s share of this is saving for retirement. The government has given us many helpful vehicles to do this: Traditional IRA, Roth IRA, SEPP […]

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How to Deal with the Emotional Challenges of Retiring Alone

By: Bernz | Money Logue There are waves of feelings almost every retiree experiences as they transition from the work life to retirement. Some are positive feelings such as accomplishment and relief, while others are sad and filled with regret and boredom. Some feelings are not popular and are rarely discussed in the open. These […]

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How Do You Choose a Location to Retire Early?

By: FeedingOurFire.com We have been trying to figure out where to retire.  This seems like a simple question at first and for some, it may be an easy answer.  The FoFs have always lived where our jobs have taken us, so the freedom to retire and live (almost) anywhere was more challenging than we expected.  […]

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Plan Your Perfect Week in Retirement Today

By: Adam | Minafi.com I’ve recently joined the ranks of ChooseFI Podcast listeners, and have loved it so far. In episode 23 with ESI Money, they touch on a topic I’ve started to think more about lately — what would a day look without a job? (don’t worry coworkers, it was mostly because I’ve been sick recently and have had a lot of time). It’s […]

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The Extraordinary (and Inevitable) Fear of Boredom in Retirement

By: Cubert | AbandonedCubicle.com We spent our vacation visiting my in-laws, who have by all accounts, retired in style. They left behind the cold and blustery Midwest for the warm desert sun roughly a decade ago, just a few years before hitting 60. To be clear, they’re nowhere near “bored.” Not anywhere close. They keep […]

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Meet the Couple Who Live, Work and Travel in This Tricked-Out Van

By: Lindsay VanSomeren | Grow Stephanie and Nate Yarbrough, both 29, may live in a van, but it’s not what you think. Theirs is a tricked-out 2007 Dodge Sprinter, complete with custom cabinets, a full-size bed and 825 watts of solar panels on the roof. Ever wondered what life on the road is really like? We caught up […]