Retirement expenses can be a tricky field to navigate. How much should you allocate for entertainment, transportation, housing, and a dozen other expenses? Unfortunately I don’t have all those answers, but what I DO have is some hard data that you can use as a gauge to see if you are significantly off the mark for what is working for most retirees.
Your last will and testament may not be the flashiest topic, but it is important. It’s not fun to consider your eventual departure from this life, but making sure your assets are squared away is a tremendous help to those you leave behind. Unfortunately, your will isn’t a ‘once and done’ project. You should update your will from time to time to reflect significant changes in your life, such as…
One of the most common dreams in retirement is to travel and see the world. You’ve spent most of your life, in the same geographic region. Have the freedom to travel is a blessed change. But where should you go first? Here’s a list of 8 great locations to visit this fall.
Retirement is the end of a lifelong working journey, and for most it can’t come soon enough. That said, sometimes the right choice with retirement is waiting. Delaying your retirement can be good for a variety of reasons. Here are a few of the top ones to consider.