A Checklist for Retiring Early

Retiring early is a great idea — if you can afford it. Unfortunately, few people plan for retirement as well as they should, regardless of when they want to retire.  A common rule of thumb is to save 10 times your final salary to retire by age 67.  For someone with an annual salary of […] Read More

Making Your Money Last Long Into Retirement

Outliving your money is a scary thought.  That’s why a top goal in retirement planning is making sure your money lasts as long as you do. Assessing your retirement income is the first and most common way to start.  But going over your investments, retirement accounts and other income sources is just the beginning to […] Read More

Money Mistakes in a Marriage, and a Formula for Solving Them

Money is one of the biggest causes of arguments for 70% of married couples, surpassing disputes about household chores, sex, snoring, what’s for dinner and togetherness, according to a poll by Time Money.1 The complaints include fighting over spending and saving, spending money in secret, and not sharing financial decisions. Not talking about money is […] Read More