I have to admit something; I never wanted a house. I’d lived in apartments or townhome like structures most of my life, and I was content with that type of living. True, I never had a garage, and often I’d lose my parking spot, but if anything broke all I had to do was call […]

Here’s the scenario. You’re at a position where you’re ready to start thinking about your estate and what it is you want to do when you’re gone. This is one of the smartest things you can do for yourself and for your family to make sure everything goes smoothly, even if it’s a topic you […]

Financial security doesn’t just happen. It takes years of planning and commitment, and the sooner you start, the better prepared you will be in your later years. Werner Kunz via Compfight According to the United States Department of Labor, the average American spends over 20 years in retirement, yet less than half of Americans know […]

According to “The Future of Retirement Life After Work” 2013 HSBC report the average length of time spent in retirement is 18.5 years for men and over 23 years for women, and today most people expect to retire typically around the age of 60. However half of respondents in the HSBC survey are very aware […]

Accumulating assets for retirement can be a daunting task. For many the reason is the mathematics – most people just don’t have time to figure out how the variables in the equation work. To start we need to have an idea how much money we need to save by retirement, or that age when we […]

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