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The 5 Best States to Retire
You’ve finally reached your long-awaited years of retirement, and without employment obligations to hold you down, you are free to settle down to retire in any state you wish. When selecting your new home state, there are generally five key characteristics you’ll want to look for: low cost of living, low taxes, low crime rate, quality […]Read More
5 Career Options for Retired Individuals
Retirement means something completely different for most people now than it did one or two decades ago. Instead of people aiming to retire to a warm destination to play golf all day, retirement now means starting a new business or pursuing a passion that there wasn’t time for previously due to work and other obligations. What […]Read More
5 Best and Worst States for Retirement Income
According to an analysis performed by Interest.com using data from 2011 U.S. Census Bureau, the annual median income of our nation’s seniors is approximately $35k, less than 60% of those ages 45-64. CNNMoney reports that Nevada and Hawaii are the only two states where senior income meets the recommended 70% replacement of pre-retirement income. Top 5 1. Nevada 2. Hawaii 3. […]Read More
How Important is Asset Allocation to Retirement Security?
In a recent research brief released by the Center for Retirement Research at Boston College, the research team posits that those nearing retirement should worry less about asset allocations and look to other more effective tools including reverse mortgage loans. Investing money wisely is obviously very important, but the fact is that many Americans have […]Read More