Want to create a prosperous and happy retirement? Follow the lead of those who've done it before you.
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Sometimes, it's best to face the things you don't like.
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The answer might surprise you.
Annuities give you a guaranteed stream of income, but there are trade-offs.
You have three issues to sort out if you plan on working part-time in your golden years.
There's no formula for retirement, but answering these three questions will give you a handle on your financial outlook.
The list wouldn't be complete without a quote from the movie "Office Space."
Chances are you've already overlooked the first one.
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I'm holding out for the maximum monthly benefit for an optimum quality of life.
You'll definitely appreciate No. 6.
An emergency fund can help you in positive situations, too.
Follow this cheat sheet if you work for a small business and gain access to a company retirement plan.