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Bucket Strategy, Safely Withdraw Your Savings for Retirement Spending

Last time, we discussed how to determine how much of your savings you can withdraw in retirement while ensuring that savings will last as long as you (and your spouse) do.  Now let’s discuss retirement spending – how to manage your withdrawals from savings in retirement.  Whether you have many… Read more »

Spending Your Retirement Nest Egg – Part 1, Saving

I read a new recommendation for determining how much of your retirement nest egg you can spend in retirement without running out of money before you run out of life.  But before we cover the spending topic, let’s quickly summarize what you need to know about saving for retirement.  (Also… Read more »

Retirement Savings – Early and Easy

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The media has plenty of gloomy talk about the poor state of people’s retirement savings and readiness for retirement: Social Security is going bankrupt. Employers are no longer offering pensions. Millennials aren’t saving for retirement. State pension funds are underfunded. What is clear is that most people need to be… Read more »

Working After Retirement

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Working after retirement might seem contradictory at first, but plenty of people do it.  Money.com reports that two-thirds of workers over 50 would like part-time retirement.  There are many reasons for working after retirement besides money including social interaction, mental stimulation, trying something new, or enjoying an old interest.  There are… Read more »