PlanningForRetirement

Why It Doesn't Pay to Be Too Optimistic Financially

When it comes to managing financial matters, you can't go wrong by hoping for the best but planning for the worst. In other words, underpromise and overdeliver. What does that look like in real life? Read on for some figures and calculations that point the way towards prudent retirement planning.

Don't Let Bad Planning Ruin a Lifetime of Saving

Even if you've saved enough to live comfortably, the golden years don't buy you a reprieve from money worries. In fact, being retired can make you even more vulnerable to fiscal strife, if you're not prepared. Consider Tom Binns, who retired after a lifetime of savings, only to find that financial responsibilities didn't end with his 9-to-5.

Top Tips for Empty Nesters to Protect Their Nest Eggs

With graduation season upon us, a new batch of parents are about to become empty nesters, and there are host of hidden costs can sneak up on them. So we've asked some personal financial advisers for their best advice on protecting your nest egg after the children are grown and gone.

Retirement Planning, Decade by Decade

Retirement planning is no slam-dunk. To make sure you retire in comfort, you have to start saving early and often. You need to pay attention to your...

Taking the next step...

My road to financial freedom has been a bumpy one...to say the least. I'm learning that I have to think about today and tomorrow at the same time....