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The subtitle of this book says it all — Make great money. Work the Way you Like. Have the Life You Want.
“The most important asset you have in retirement is each other.”
We liked this book, The Couple’s Retirement Puzzle: 10 Must-Have Convers..
As we approach our own retirement, I’ve come back several times to this New York Times video, where young journalism students were paired ..
Jamie Hopkins has a passion for educating consumers on financial best practices. He came to the American College of Financial Services, a ..
We couldn’t decide whether to put our post on John Leland’s wonderful book in the retirement or wellness section of the blog, so we’re che..
I wrote in our last retirement post about my father Leo’s decades of retirement that were secured by his pension from General Motors and h..
Here’s a tale of the good old days, when a middle class family— my family—lived well and retired well on a factory worker’s income. It’s ..
I’m noticing these days quite a few references to the idea of “shopping your own closet” and “mend don’t spend,” something that resonates with me personally as I get older.
Good question. In your mind’s eye, what does your life look life when you can do more of what you want?
For us, we plan to move between ..