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Planning For Retirement Activities

Retirement doesn’t mean the end of an active lifestyle. Quite the contrary, it opens up new opportunities for many new activities. Some retirees substitute voluntary community work for their former work. This gives definition or meaning to their roles after retirement. Household work, volunteer work, family roles and community service actually increase after retirement. The familial roles of grandparents increase because of the expanded time available for travel. The skills and knowledge ac........ Read More

Retirement Plans For Solo Entrepreneurs

Saving for retirement is even more important for solo-entrepreneurs because you don’t have a company sponsored pension plan or matching 401K contributions to rely on. There are many retirement plans available to self employed individuals and small businesses. Which one is right for you? Here is just a sample of the retirement plans available to solo-preneurs and small businesses: Roth IRA – although this is not just for solo-preneurs, this is the first place you should look to save if ........ Read More

Early Distributions From Retirement Plans

An early distribution from an Individual Retirement Arrangement (IRA) or a qualified retirement plan need not be a “taxing” experience. Fortunately, there are exceptions to early distributions. Any payment that you receive from your IRA or qualified retirement plan before you reach age 59½ is normally called an “early” or “premature” distribution. As such, these funds are subject to an additional 10 percent tax. But there are a number of exceptions to the age 59½ rule that you sho........ Read More

Your Guide To Retirement Planning

In life, nothing is permanent in this world. Everything that comes will definitely go. That is why it is best to put our best foot forward and save more for the future. The best thing that you have to start with is to have a retirement plan. Some wait to long before they decide to plan for their future. This is not a good idea because we can never tell what lies ahead. So, here's how and when to start retirement planning: 1. The retirement year. First, decide on what year you would like to re........ Read More

Retirement Planning For The Stay-at-home Mom

When you first plan on staying home with your children, probably the first thing you do is take a look and see if you can afford it. You cut back on cable TV, buy older cars, lose retirement benefits… Whoops! Most moms don't seem to be thinking about what being a stay-at-home mom does for her retirement package. The years spent not working have a huge impact, however, when you decide to retire, so you need to plan now. Let's start by looking at what you're losing for your retirement. No 401(........ Read More

Roth 401k – New Retirement Savings Plan.

Brand new employer sponsored retirement plan is a hybrid of a traditional 401k and a Roth IRA. Income tax rates have been cut, the marriage penalty done away with, and the "death tax" is also on a path to no more. All of this is a result of the Bush administration's Economic Growth and Tax Relief Reconciliation Act which was passed by a Republican congress in 2001. Another provision of that act went into effect on January 1st, 2006, a hybrid of a traditional 401k and a traditional Roth IRA call........ Read More

Planning For Your Retirement Tips

When you are planning for your retirement, a 401K plan is a good place to start. This a very special account that you fund with pre-tax earnings and is deducted from your paycheck each pay period. These funds are then invested in a variety of bonds, mutual funds, and stocks, and no taxes are charged upon it until the funds are withdrawn from the account. Congress created this in the early 1980’s and is used as a vehicle for saving for retirement. There are many benefits of a 401k plan that can........ Read More

Planning For My Retirement

I am eligible to retire from my current job on April 4, 2010. And that is the day that life without work begins. My retirement will be different than most in that my monthly take home will increase over the years. This is due to a government pension, military retirement and social security. When I hit 57 years and 4 months, I will be able to call it quits. I will have 5 years working with the US government and will be eligible for a small pension. It will not be enough to live on, but ........ Read More

Why Plan For Retirement?

This is a question that I come across quite often when researching and discussing retirement planning and options. Despite the constant news coverage of impending doom in regards to Social Security many Americans are still counting on their social security payments to support them through their retirement. The sad fact is that it simply isn't possible because the money isn't there. Sadder still is the fact that even if the money were there, it is doubtful that it would be enough to get the ave........ Read More

Types Of Retirement Plans

We all know that there is a growing need in this country to take our retirements into our own hands if we want the funds necessary to have any quality of life upon retirement. The problem is that most of us have no idea where to begin when it comes to financial retirement planning or investing. The sad news is that for most of our lives retirement was something that was taken care of if we put in an honest lifetime of work. However, the climate has changed and the retirement funds that many of........ Read More

How To Plan For Your Retirement

Are you ready to start planning for your retirement? Whether you are 30 years old or 55 years old, there are a number of important steps that you will want to take. For your convenience, a few of those steps are highlighted below. The first step in planning your retirement is examining your future. There are a number of important questions that you will want to ask yourself. Where do you want to live when you retire? How do you want to live? What do you want to be doing? Knowing your........ Read More

Retirement Planning Mistakes You Need To Avoid Making

Are you ready to start planning and preparing for your retirement? If so, congratulations you are making a step in the right direction. The earlier you start planning for your retirement, the better off you will be when the time comes. The decision to start planning and preparing for retirement is a wise decision. As previously stated, the earlier you start, the better. With that said, the earlier you start planning for retirement the more mistakes you are likely to make. These mistake........ Read More

Properly Planning For Financial Retirement

The vast majority of people reading this will never receive the benefit of social security for the purpose of retirement-unless of course serious adjustments are made in the current system. There are simply too many people living much longer than anticipated. At the same time, regardless of how much you've managed to pay into social security over time it is doubtful that anyone could live on the amount of money they would receive in social security benefits even if they had no other significan........ Read More

401(k) Retirement Plan

The cornerstone of retirement savings for many people today, the 401(k) plan is a savings vehicle that requires a hands-on approach – which is why we are investing our time and money (intellect = money) in describing its features as fully as possible, so as for you to clearly understand and imbibe them. Ready? If you forgot your multivitamins today please have them before we continue. Well, ready or not, here we come! The 401(k) plan makes it easy and convenient for you to save money for........ Read More

Retirement Planning And Why It's Dumb

Know what? just this morning, before I popped open my laptop, a heretical thought crossed my head. It's this: planning and anticipating your retirement is like insurance policy. Never Ever take it as the sole reward to the years of working. Simply, it is a mere hedge against what we all fear at the end of life: becoming so decrepit,that we can't physically mow lawns to buy ourselves a Happy Meal. To my mind, retirement as the final goal of an executive is darn stupid for three critical reasons........ Read More


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Retirement Retirement Portfolio Plan Retirement Saving Retirement
Retirement Gift Retirement Arrangement Financial Retirement Retirement Investing
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