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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 […]

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 […]

Don’t worry if you are not a 1 percenter — you can still retire on less money and have fun, too!

Retirement should not mean depression and loneliness. Retirement planning means far more than addressing money issues, Jane C said. The retired nurse expected to feel happy upon retirement, but found herself “just miserable nearly every day,” instead. As a medical professional, Jane knew that her own loneliness, sadness, loss of sleep and other symptoms are […]

A quick Saturday announcement —

A quick note to readers of this blog — you are invited to drop by my newest blog, The Retirement Monologues at http://retirementmonologues.com/, where I am focusing on the latest retirement issues that face many of us as we march on through life. Not financial planning (everyone else worries about that), but fun stuff like what […]

Starting now: A Woman’s Retirement Monologues

About: As we retire, how do we still grow and achieve? How do we stay engaged? What happens to our story? MY MOTHER, WHO IS a dynamic and professional 94-year-old retiree (she recently wrote a book for the city of Albany, Oregon and now is working a second writing project, as well as researching an arts […]