All Posts in Category: Retirement Planning

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8 Things You Could Do If Only Your House (Payment) Was Smaller

When planning retirement, many people consider the pros and cons of ‘downsizing’ their home. This is not only reducing the physical space you inhabit, but should also be reducing your monthly costs. And if you take this step prior to retirement, that’s just more money to put aside in anticipation of the big change! What…

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Aging in Place – How is it Changing?

We’ve all heard of the ‘silver tsunami,’ baby-boomers retiring en masse, and the movement is well under way. Employers are still struggling with how to deal with the turnover in talent, even though they knew it was coming. It’s affecting every industry. Once retired, these baby boomers are left to contemplate how and where they…

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Retirement Planning and Your Home – Do I Have Enough Money?

You’ve worked hard your whole life. And you’ve been planning for retirement for the last ten years. Now here you are, ready to take the plunge. And yet, you wonder…do I have enough money to retire? This answer will vary from one scenario to another. And while I am not an investment advisor and cannot…

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