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Life After Retirement-How to Enjoy Your New Lifestyle

Posted on October 31st, 2014
There is no denying the fact that when you retire your lifestyle too changes. This does not in anyway mean that you will no longer lead a happy and contended life. Retirement can be beautiful if you plan it well. Unlike in years gone by, planning for life after retirement requires much more thought and more money simply because our expectations are much higher today. The desire to lead a carefree lifestyle after retirement is certainly uppermost in the minds of most people. Some priority areas ...
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Can You Afford to Retire When You Reach Retirement Age?

Posted on October 27th, 2014
Many people, after having invested much of their money into a safe 401k fund, are ready to begin their retire with no money problems. But how many of them have actually taken the time to take a pen and calculator and begin to compute exactly how much of their monthly expenses that their 401k will actually cover? Many haven't, and many are shocked when they find out how much of a shortfall they have. Most people never take the time to map out a long term retirement strategy. For some reason, ...
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A Retirement Planning Calculator Can Help You to Retire With Money

Posted on October 25th, 2014
If you are one of the many retired people managing their own self directed accounts, you need to find yourself a good retirement calculator. But even if you're young and just starting to work, you need to begin planning for your future retirement. How much money will you have to retire on if you continue to save and invest at your current rate? This is what a good retirement planning calculator will help you to figure out. Very few things are certain in life. Not your current salary. Not your ...
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Financial Ideas To Consider When Planning Your Retirement

Posted on October 21st, 2014
One of the major goals in planning your reitrement is to have enough income so that you don't  outlive your retirement income. However, it makes no sense to literally kill yourself during your working years so that you end up with compromised health in reitrement. Or perhaps your have spent all of your time working and not developing outside intierests from work so that you reach reitrement very discontent and bored with a very narrowly based future. Many never learn that no matter how much ...
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How Strong And Fit Will You Be In Your Retirement Years

Posted on October 18th, 2014
How's this for a sobering thought? How would you feel if you had worked for upwards of 50 years, are really looking forward to retirement but in the end your body fails you? You may not be able to take that trip you always dreamed of, or play golf like you thought you would. Play golf, swim, hike, exercise or just work around the house - maybe? Or even if you don't plan to be that active in retirement will your remaining years be upset by chronic back or hip pain or you have a nagging ...
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Retirement Could Cost Millions

Posted on October 16th, 2014
Some people can't imagine ever retiring, but for the majority of workers retirement can't come soon enough. All that free time to do the things they always wanted to do: sit around with the newspapers, go out for nice pub lunches in the country - bliss. But how much will all this cost? New figures have suggested that a typical retired couple will needs around 413,000 pounds to fund 20 years' retirement - that's 400 pounds a week. The average income of a pensioner couple was £487 a week ...
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Planning Finances For Retirement?

Posted on October 11th, 2014
Retirement planning in India is an important question and should be dealt very tactfully. The longer you save for your retirement, you will have more money accumulated for old age. When you are planning finances for retirement answer some important questions, like at what age you want to retire at? will you continue to live in the same house or are planning to move to a smaller one? However, the most important question is how much money you will require after retirement.Determine your needs - ...
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Don'T Let Muscle Loss Rob You Of Your Retirement Years

Posted on October 7th, 2014
You may be getting close to or past retirement age and are looking forward to enjoying your life now that you have extra free time, right? Not necessarily so. Over the years unless you have worked at protecting and preserving your strength you may find that you have suffered significant lean muscle tissue loss. It is possible that you may not have noticed this as it happens at a slow rate over a very long period of time.The body has a sneaky habit of padding the effected areas that have lost ...
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Annuities Can Help You Plan For Retirement

Posted on October 5th, 2014
Imagine getting to the point where you can actually retire. Ah, the relief, the peace of mind and the excitement. Not having to do the daily grind that comes with maintaining a full time career or job. You have done that for so many years. You are ready for a change. And you have earned it. Retirement for many can mean still being very active. With the baby boomer generation retiring soon, they are more healthy and vibrant than ever. There is an emphasis on healthy eating, with more organic ...
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Retirement Planning – What It Takes To Retire Comfortably

Posted on October 3rd, 2014
Today is a far different world than that of our grandparents. Even a decade or so go ago, careers were pretty much static creatures; once you started a job, odds were pretty good that you would be there twenty, thirty years afterwards. Some jobs were even hereditary; grandfathers, fathers, and sons would work for the same company, sometimes even in the same departments, and retirement planning was simply not getting fired. Circumstances have changed. Today, it's unlikely that anyone will stay ...
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