One of the first things people do once they get serious about planning and saving for retirement is to look to a retirement calculator to let them know how much they need to save, or how much longer they need to work to be able to retire. There’s nothing wrong with that.
Most of us look forward to retirement, imagining we’ll get to relax and enjoy the activities we didn’t have time for during our working years like traveling, eating out more often, and enjoying our favorite hobbies. However, as hard-working Americans transition into retirement, many don’t realize they’re crossing the threshold into a new way
I’m sure you’ve taken a moment to envision the lifestyle you hope to enjoy during retirement. It might include things like traveling more, going out to eat with friends and family, or playing more golf. That is a great first step in planning for retirement—setting specific goals for what you hope to accomplish and
Although we’re not past the health crisis yet, a picture of what the new normal might look like is becoming a bit more clear. In my last blog post, I wrote about The Coronavirus Crisis and The Real Estate Market, and what you need to know. Now let’s discuss the virus’ impact on other areas