If you learn from my mistakes, you can potentially reach a better financial spot earlier in life.
Waiting for your full retirement age to start collecting gives you benefits you forfeit if you start earlier.
It's the earliest age at which you can start collecting retirement benefits, but if these reasons are behind your choice to get started, you may want to think again.
You don't need Buffett's billions to follow his plan for your golden years.
Depending on the time you have to work with, it could be much less than you think.
It's pretty straightforward, but it does take time.
It's a tough time to be in the grocery business, but there may still be value in this grocery-oriented real estate giant.
Good yields, solid operations, and reasonable longer-term prospects make these three stocks worthy of your consideration.
That depends on what you'd like to use them for.
Keep it simple to find the best overall deals.
The combination of decent growth prospects and reasonable valuations puts these companies in the sweet spot for a 40-something investor.
Do you really want to own money-losing businesses with lousy debt ratings and/or no shareholder say?
In one case, bankruptcy is a real possibility.
When the market provides you with the opportunity to buy a strong business in a critical industry at a reasonable price, it's worth considering.
Sometimes, the best investment in a tough industry is a company with an already proven track record.
It's all about finding the right business in the right industry at the right time.
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It's a simple and common question, but it doesn't have a straightforward answer.
You've reached financial independence. Now what?
With a time frame potentially measured in decades, you'll still want to keep an eye out for your long-term future.