Making a Smart Move in Retirement

Searching for warmer weather, moving closer to adult children and grandkids or pursuing a change in scenery are just a few reasons why many Americans choose to move in retirement. These retirees often relocate for emotional reasons, but it’s important to consider the financial impacts, too. If you have a desire to pull up roots…

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Use Your “Unique Talents” Elsewhere…Anywhere But Here…

We have all been there at one time or another.  Someone who is either 1) older and wiser, 2) in a position of authority or 3) wants to ensure failure at some level gives you the speech that maybe there is somewhere else where you can focus your talents.  In other words, you cannot do this thing, and need to go away.

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Working Part-Time in Retirement Can Impact Your Finances in Surprising Ways

Traditionally, retirement means leaving the workforce to pursue decades of relaxation. However, today’s retirees and pre-retirees are reshaping what it means to leave the workforce. Retirement may be an opportunity to pursue a small business, start consulting or land a side job that explores your passions. If your next phase includes earning an income, there…

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