Retirement

Retirement

The Stock Market Secret That Retirees Need to Know

One of my good friends sold her house last year in California. The 69-year old plans to fund her retirement with the proceeds. After paying off her mortgage, she had about $500,000.

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Six steps to a happy retirement

Saving for retirement can seem daunting but it will be a lot easier if you break things down into different stages rather than trying to do everything at once. The following six-point plan could help you put your retirement plans on track and build a successful future, one step at a time. The alternative, actually, there isn't an alternative. Nobody is going to do this for you.

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How A Stock Market Crash Could Accelerate Your Early Retirement

Nathalie Legrée is a great saver. Motivated by the FIRE movement, she wants to gain Financial Independence and Retire Early. The 33-year old teacher joins a growing number of millennials that have decided to live frugally and sock away large percentages of their incomes every year.

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How Much Money Do You Need To Retire?

In this story, Andrew Hallam answers the question, “How much money do expats need to retire?”

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What Warren Buffett’s Mentor Could Teach About Life And Money

Money can buy time. If somebody works hard and invests well, they might retire early. But how much money is enough? This might be the retirement sweet spot…

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How To Retire Like The Rich, Even If You Aren’t?

Imagine this. You climb out of bed and wander into the kitchen. Your maid is cooking breakfast. Coffee is brewing and there’s a glass of freshly squeezed juice on the table.

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How To Retire A Decade Ahead Of Schedule?

There are two common ways to retire a full decade before Mr. and Mrs. Jones. The first isn’t rocket science. Avoid consumer debt and invest early. If you invested $375 per month from age 20 to 55, you would have more than a million dollars if you averaged 9 percent.

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Malaysia: World’s Best Retirement Destination?

A friend of mine lived in Tokyo for many years. He demonstrated Japanese culture for his many visitors by dropping his wallet on a pedestrian clogged street. Then he walked briskly away from it, much to the amazement of his visiting friends. In each case (and yes, I do think he was lucky) a breathless man or woman caught up to him, wallet in hand.

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