Many boomers are coming face-to-face with a new American economic reality: Retirement means a transition into relatively hard times.
Retirement is a time to enjoy life to the fullest. You need to relax and pursue new interests.
The conventional life-cycle model of financial behavior suggests that people approaching retirement will be near or at the peak of their wealth accumulation process.
If you are age 50 or older and still working, you have a valuable opportunity to super-charge your retirement savings while managing your income tax liability.
Retirement is a time when many people aim to live comfortably on their savings and pensions.
Once you reach your 60s most people start to slow down. Retirement is almost upon you and it is time to enjoy the years you have left.
Deciding to save for retirement today could help you have a more secure future.
Every generation has different ideas and expectations when it comes to work and retirement.
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