Category Archives: Retirement

Prepare for your retirement. I share my plan to reach retirement to help you achieve your goals.

Some Great Things to Try Now You’re Retired

Many people spend a long time looking forward to reaching retirement, only to find once it arrives they’re bored and in need of something to do. This is a fantastic time for you to try new things without the responsibilities and worries of work getting in your way. So, whether it’s something you’ve always fancied… Read More »

3-Point Plan For A Tax-Free Retirement

When retirement arrives, it would be nice to know that you won’t have to pay over-the-odds for tax on your life’s savings. After working so hard for so many years, surely you have done your bit already? The trouble is, without sensible planning and investment, your retirement income could take a major hit. In today’s… Read More »

How to buy that dream car in your retirement years

Most people have had a dream since their teen years of owning a particular make or model of car, and often that car is way outside of their budget at such a time. However, once we reach a certain age, we are often in a very comfortable place in regard to finances, and so buying… Read More »

Ignore These Common Retirement Myths!

Reaching retirement is usually a pretty strange feeling. Having gotten used to all the ins and outs of adulthood, you’re now moving into another stage of your life. Whether you’re counting the days or you’re dreading retirement, there are various financial decisions you’re going to have to make. You may have heard some less-than-helpful advice… Read More »

How To Manage Cash Flow During Your Retirement

Once you stop working and no longer receive a monthly income, it becomes incredibly important to manage your cash flow. If you get carried away and eat into your savings too quickly, you may find that you run out long before you expected too. No matter how big your nest egg is, cash flow and… Read More »

Saving for Retirement: Tips for Planning Ahead

It always comes as a horrible shock when individuals who are ready for retirement discover that they don’t have enough saved to live comfortably once they stop working. The average social security check is a pittance when compared to today’s high cost of living and the cost of groceries, healthcare and utilities are more expensive… Read More »