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Don’t Sacrifice Your Lifestyle in Retirement, Simply Adjust It

Just because you’re retired now doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice the lifestyle you had when you were working. Indeed, now that your time is your own, you might even be able to improve your quality of life. Think of retirement as a new suit or dress you’ve purchased. To make sure it fits, feels […]

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Helpful Guidelines for a Successful Retirement

You’ve been waiting your whole work life for retirement and now here’s your chance to make the most of your senior years. Are you a little nervous about your finances and healthcare plans? Don’t worry, you’re not the only one! Many Americans are worried they might not have enough saved for retirement, but with these […]

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Fun Ways to Make Extra Money During Retirement

Are you excited to sit back and relax during retirement? Doing nothing at all sounds fun in theory, but after a couple of months or years, you might start to get restless at home. Or maybe you’ll discover you don’t have quite enough money to live the lifestyle you desired or go on the vacations […]

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The Best Is Yet to Come: 4 Ways to Improve Your Retirement Lifestyle

The healthier you are both physically and mentally, the better chance you have at enjoying a long and prosperous retirement. There are several ways to keep your health in check through activity and exercise while also investing to ensure you have enough funds for a comfortable living at home. Retirement can be the best part […]

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How to Invest With Little Money

Founding father Benjamin Franklin’s image is on the $100 bill, the largest denomination of U.S. currency, because he knew a thing or two about money. He knew that even if you have little to invest, you can still build wealth by taking baby steps. Franklin notably said, “Human felicity is produced not so much by […]

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How to Have a Yard Sale

To clear the clutter in your home and make a little money on the side, hold a yard sale. Tubs of toys the kids have outgrown, closets of clothes you’ll never wear again, cabinets of cameras you haven’t picked up in 20 years, exercise equipment that’s rusting away, they all qualify for your yard sale. […]

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House Renovation Tips: Why It’s Time To Remodel

There comes a time in every home’s life when it needs a tuck here, a touch up there or a full makeover. But before moving ahead with your remodel, ask yourself, what’s really driving this urge to renovate? Why now? Are you doing it for vanity’s sake (you want to impress your relatives who will […]

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We’ll Be Right Back: The Top TV Show Reboots

At American Advisors Group, we care about all things related to retirement, and television is definitely included in that category. Like many others, we have noticed what feels like an increasing number of reboots or revivals of beloved television programs, bringing the characters and premises of these shows out of “retirement” and putting them in […]

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Smart, Savvy Travel Tips for Your Next Stress-Free Adventure

Whether you’re 17 or 75, planning your trip is sure to make your journey safer, easier and more enjoyable. Here are some great travel trips, containing pre-flight, in-flight and on-the-ground instructions to help you get the most out of your next big adventure: PRE-FLIGHT Book early so you stand a better chance of obtaining an […]

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6 People Who Became Famous Icons in their Older Years

Anything is possible during retirement! If you find yourself blaming old age for reasons you don’t pursue your dreams, then read ahead and be astounded by what these individuals have done in their older years. This list includes people who had been working toward their career goals for a lifetime before gaining fame, but also […]

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