Month in Review


Here is October’s review of blog posts. We hope you find something you enjoy!

  • U.S. News MoneyWhy 65 Is Too Young to Retire – There is no rule that says you have to be retired by 65, and in fact, for many, 65 may be too young to retire.

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Here is September’s review of blog posts. We hope you find something you enjoy!

  • U.S. News MoneyHow to Test-Drive Your Retirement – Testing out your retirement while you are still working is a great way to figure out what works for you and what doesn’t without the added stress of dealing with retirement income.

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Here is August’s review of blog posts. We hope you find something you enjoy!

  • Good Financial CentsAre You Talking About the Sandwich Generation – More and more people are joining the “Sandwich Generation.” If you are one of them, or will soon become one of them, your financial life can become quite complicated.
  • U.S. News MoneyWhy Small Businesses Don’t Offer Retirement Plans – If you are looking to work for a small business, keep in mind you will likely not receive the same retirement savings benefits through your employer that you might at a larger company.

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Here is July’s review of blog posts. We hope you find something you enjoy!

  • U.S. News MoneyThe 80 Percent Rule for Retirement – When you reach retirement, don’t push yourself too hard. Take the time to slow down and enjoy what you are doing.

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Here is June’s review of blog posts. We hope you find something you enjoy!

U.S. News Money14 Ways Retirees are Making Money – You don’t have to hold down a full-time job to make some money in retirement.

U.S. News Money7 Retirement Decisions that Affect the Rest of You Life – Retiring requires more decisions than just when it will happen.

U.S. News MoneyRetirement When You Spouse Still Works – It’s often the case that one spouse retires while the other still works. This can cause some friction between spouses that will have to be worked through during the transition.

U.S. News MoneyPlan Your ‘Retirement Landing’ – Making changes and adjustments as you approach retirement can make for a better landing when you do retire.

U.S. News MoneyHow to Budget for Health Costs in Retirement – Health care costs will likely be a major expense for all retirees. Plan for those costs ahead of time.

U.S. News Money4 Retirement Plan Options for Small Businesses – If you own or work for a small business that has no retirement saving plan, here are some options for you and the business.

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Here is May’s review of blog posts. We hope you find something you enjoy!

U.S. News MoneyThe Consequences of Saving Too Much for Retirement – Saving for retirement is important, but it is possible to save too much for retirement, which can lead to problems in other areas of your life.

U.S. News Money7 Ways to Prepare for Retired Life – Retirement can be stressful, so prepare yourself beforehand.

U.S. News MoneyEarning Too Little to Save for Retirement – If you feel like you don’t make enough to save anything for your future retirement, excuses can become very convenient. Don’t let your income get in the way.

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We have one more post in our What Color is Your Parachute? For Retirement series. However, we wanted to take a quick break to do our monthly review of blog posts. We hope you find something you enjoy!

Get Rich SlowlyTalk about money: The key to financial literacy – If you have concerns about your finances, don’t be afraid to talk about them with someone else. You may find good advice/support that you wouldn’t have by keeping it to yourself.

U.S. News Money4 Financial Tips for the Sandwich Generation – Finances may be much more difficult to manage if you are in the sandwich generation. These four tips can help you alleviate some of that difficulty.

U.S. News MoneyDon’t Squander Your Retirement – Whether you want to or not, chances are good that you will retire one day. Don’t fall into the trap of an unplanned retirement, because your lifestyle will definitely suffer for it.

U.S. News MoneyWhat Are Your Real Retirement Costs? – Retirement expenses include much more than your basic living expenses. When planning your need income, don’t forget about these important retirement costs.

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