Category Archives for "Retirement Reality"

Ideal Age for Retirement

Most young adults don’t think about saving for retirement. There are other financial priorities, including marriage, paying off student loans, buying a first home, or preparing for the birth of a child. Typically, people start preparing seriously for their retirement once they reach their 40s. If you wait that long, though, financing your whole retirement […]

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Retiring Before Age 65?

We’ve all seen how medical expenses, including health insurance, go up with age. If you’re not yet age 65, where you can have Medicare, The Affordable Care Act (ACA) has made finding health care that corresponds to your budget easier, in some circumstances. However, understanding how tax credits and subsidies affect your options is not […]

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Essential Retirement Income

Social Security may be an important part of your retirement future. It’s crucial to avoid common mistakes that can cost you money during retirement. Consider these strategies to avoid common mistakes: Avoid claiming benefits too early. If you have other income coming in and can afford to wait, then you may want delay claiming your […]

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Caring for Adult Children

Supporting your children during your 50’s, 60’s, or even 70’s can have a negative impact on your ability to retire or to enjoy your retirement fully. If you’re a professional, your later years can be the best time to earn money for retirement. Your salary is probably at an all-time high. Providing financial support for […]

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