We all have different “money scripts,” or things we tell ourselves about money that impact our financial decisions. Becoming aware of these thoughts—and the impact they have on our spending and saving behaviors—is important as you plan for and enter retirement.
A successful retirement plan starts long before the last day of employment and considers both financial and lifestyle decisions along each individual’s unique journey.
By exercising regularly, watching what you eat, and getting enough sleep, you can slow the aging process and feel healthier than ever before in retirement.
Finding ways to do what you love and setting personal goals can ease the transition from employment to a productive retirement.
Are you saving enough for retirement? Read about target savings rates and see our strategies for closing the retirement savings gap so you can achieve financial independence.
Surveys consistently report that about half of all American households are not saving enough for retirement. Lawmakers are acting to address this issue.
An IRA can be a wonderful account to inherit. However, the rules are complex and errors can be costly. There are some great tax advantages if you handle the inheritance correctly.…
Building an emergency fund, even by starting out small, can provide pay big benefits when faced with an actual financial crisis.
Last fall The Washington Post reported that 71% of American’s aren’t saving enough for retirement. The article was based on a national survey commissioned by Experian in collaboration with Get Rich…
Don’t take shortcuts when calculating your retirement income