retirement

Is It Better to Buy a House or Save for Retirement?

For most of us, buying a house is the biggest purchase we’ll ever make. It’s also probably the scariest. Taking out thousands of dollars for a mortgage loan can leave anyone a bit jittery. But is it worth it? Does buying a house mean you won’t be able to retire... read more

Retirement Stats, Facts, and Figures that Will Shock You

If you’ve been following retirement stats in the news lately, then you know things aren’t looking good. As millions of baby boomers are now reaching retirement age, a growing number of people are realizing they don’t have enough money saved. Take a look at a few... read more

The Single Biggest Mistake 90% of Retirees Make

A blue-sky outlook gets you through some tough times, but when it comes to retirement, it’s dollars and cents that count. The single biggest mistake 90 percent of retirees make is not having enough savings in the first place. In fact, over a third of Americans have... read more

Finance Fridays: How to Start Saving for Retirement

As part of an ongoing Friday series, we talked to financial experts around the web about saving money, smart spending, and retirement planning. How much do you currently have saved for retirement? If your answer is “not much,” you’re not alone. As a growing number of... read more

How Certain Retirement Plans Will Waste Your Money

Saving for retirement’s no easy matter. There are many different retirement solutions these days, and sometimes it’s hard to tell which one is best for you. Finding What’s Best for You While any retirement plan can be a sound investment for your future, it’s important... read more

Just Turned 30? How Much Should You Have Saved?

Recently turned 30? Congratulations! You’re officially all grown up. So how much money do you have saved? According to a survey conducted by DailyFinance, the average 30-something has around $12,000 in savings. While most people would like to have a decent amount... read more

How to Turn $5 a Day into $1.5 Million

You’re probably reading this with the utmost skepticism, right? Let’s go ahead and clear the air now by getting all the suspicion and disbelief out of the way. We’re about to show you how to turn $5 a day into $1.5 million. No scams, schemes or anything else is... read more

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