How and When Should I File for Social Security Income?

The changing of SSI regulations is a recurring thing not to mention the countless laws that are dependent on your year of birth, filing status, your retirement year and more. No wonder one of the biggest obstacles to a successful retirement is Social Security! Anyone can file for benefits, but what is essential is to Read more about How and When Should I File for Social Security Income?[…]

Required Minimum Distributions for Traditional IRAs

Saving as much as you can for retirement, as soon as you can, and as often as you can, is crucial to your financial well-being for when you finally exit the workforce. Suppose you have spent a lifetime contributing to a traditional Individual Retirement Account (IRA), and hope to leave your nest egg untouched for your Read more about Required Minimum Distributions for Traditional IRAs[…]

7 Budgeting Insights That Will Transform Your Finances!

The problem with establishing a budget is most people never establish their why. If you are not internally motivated to improve your financial household, then any budget you create will most likely fall flat on its face within a matter of months. This presentation I hope will do a few things. One, I hope it Read more about 7 Budgeting Insights That Will Transform Your Finances![…]

How To Turn Your Passions Into Retirement Income

Last year, Mike Liff, now 71, relocated with his wife from San Francisco to Portland, Maine to be closer to family. The retirees explored their new hometown and thanks to a chance conversation at a barbershop, Liff learned that MaineFoodieTours.com was looking for part-time guides. After hearing that the job would give him a chance to walk Read more about How To Turn Your Passions Into Retirement Income[…]

4 questions to ask yourself before retiring

The transition from career life to retirement can be awfully bumpy. Before you decide to proceed with such a major life change, it’s a good idea to ask yourself certain questions to confirm that you’re ready to leave the working world. Read More: http://money.cnn.com/2017/09/01/pf/retirement-questions/index.html