3 Reasons It's Smart to Take Social Security Benefits at 62
If you can swing it, there are some very good reasons to not delay starting to collect Social Security. Here are three -- see if they persuade you.
Where to find low-cost services for all the things Medicare doesn’t cover
A guide to finding inexpensive or free dental, vision and hearing services.
Our Pre-Retirement To Do List
As we get closer and closer to our retirement date, the idea that we are actually going to retire early is becoming real. And as we get closer, we’re creating a different kind of to do list &…
The Big 2020 List of All 56 Monthly Dividend Stocks
See all 56 monthly dividend stocks, along with a free Excel Spreadsheet to quickly find the best monthly dividend stocks. The sheet is updated daily.
How to Shift Your Retirement Nest Egg to an Retirement Income Stream
Saving for retirement is understood -- you invest a certain amount of your income to a portfolio that's aligned with your risk tolerance. It's a question people who are starting to retire now need to ask, because pensions and other traditional retirement income guarantees are less common, says Jamie Hopkins, director of the Retirement Income Center at The American College of Financial Services, in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania. "The move from saving to spending down money is very challenging for…
What Happens if I Really Do Run Out of Money in Retirement?
If you are worried about running out of money in retirement, you are not alone. #retirement #retirementplanning #preparingforretirement #retirementliving #investing #planning #personalfinance #finance
How Much Money Would you Need to Live off Dividend Income? [Free Download]
Anyone who has thought about passive income has asked themselves the question: how much money would I need to live off dividends? Not that dividend income is the only form of passive income, but few would disagree that dividend income the ultimate passive income - it requires little to no effort to maintain. Many companies pay dividends, but the dividend yield can vary greatly from company-to-company, and some companies pay no dividends at all. Living off dividends is a long-term goal of…
Medicare vs Medicaid - A Graphic Guide | Medicare Solutions
MEDICARE VS MEDICAID Both Medicare and Medicaid are government-run programs, but that’s where the similarities end. The following infographic compares the two programs, detailing who is eligible, what funding is available and what you need to pay out-of-pocket, in an easy-to-follow format. #MedicareSolutions #MedicareInfographics #MedicarevsMedicaid #MedicareResources #Medicare
3 Signs This Is the Year You Should Retire | The Motley Fool
If you've done these three things, it may finally be time to take the leap.
Lump Sum or Annuity? How to Make the Right Pension Choice for You
If you're fortunate enough to have a pension at work, make sure you make the most of it.
The 5 Best Dividend Aristocrats For The Next 25 Years
Have you always wanted to buy a safe stock like Coca-Cola and get rich from it like Warren Buffett?
10 Best Vanguard Funds for a Successful Retirement
With 4.5+ trillion in assets under management, Vanguard offers low-cost mutual funds and ETFs that are among the industry's best. See the ten we recommend for a successful investment portfolio and don't waste your hard earned money on overpriced funds!
Is it better to buy or rent in retirement?
Buying a home in retirement only makes financial sense if you plan on leaving the equity as an inheritance, according to a new report from Trulia.
7 Warren Buffett Secrets To Successful Dividend Investing
I have followed Warren Buffett since college. I have read a ton about his life and business success. Warren Buffett is the greatest investor of all time. He has beaten the market over multiple decades and