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How to Kill Off Your Retirement Fund — It’s Relatively Easy, Says Insurance Expert

7 Expenses That Can Kill Your Retirement Fund August 7, 2012 by Staff Writer, Life Insurance Quotes (lifeinsurancequotes.org) (Reprinted by Permission) Every morning you drag yourself out of bed for work and tell yourself that soon enough, you’ll retire and won’t have to worry about money or working ever again. You’ve got your retirement plan set up […]

Quit Worrying So Much About Retirement $ Planning, Says Author, Blogger

Top THREE Retirement Tips For People Who ALREADY KNOW They will NOT have $1Million Saved Up by the time they retire Retirement planning is NOT just about hitting a number, says author and speaker, Susan Klopfer By Susan Klopfer, MBA Retirement blogger and author It will happen to each and one of us eventually, even […]

Older People Changing Addresses — cite convenience and more

GUEST BLOG 10 Reasons Senior Citizens Change Addresses By Cheryl Owen Sheryl Owen, regularly writes for http://www.changeofaddress.org/. She is a graduate in English literature and currently pursuing her masters in Online Journalism. She can be reached via email at: sheryl3.owen@gmail.com. As our society has become more mobile, we are witnessing our senior citizens become more mobile as […]

Occupy Retirement! Baby Boomers Retiring; Glum, Happy

By Susan Klopfer, Speaker and Author Baby Boomers reaching retirement age. DO YOU HEAR a growing rumble in the distance? Chalk it up to the coming the Baby Boomer Express, an enormous number of older folks in this country getting ready to retire. Just three years ago, Boomers began turning 65, took their IRAs and […]

Expat Retirement Works Best When Differences Understood and Appreciated

Ready to retire and want to become an expat?  After working nearly eight months months to get a special “pensionada” visa, scouting out the correct pet carriers to bring along her dog and cat, holding umpteen garage sales and finally selling her mission-style bungalow at a small profit – to retire in Paraguay as an […]

Not Many American Workers ‘Somewhat Confident’ On Retirement Plans

JILL B, A JUST TURNED 64- year-old, pre-retiree, admits she is “a little afraid” of what’s to come when the topic of financial security rears its head in friendly conversations. “I probably would be more afraid if I actually KNEW what’s coming,” she nervously laughs. Jill and her friends always thought The American Dream was […]