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Preparing For Incapacity & Long Term Care

Individuals who spend their lives building businesses that ultimately lead to a high income tend to be dynamic go-getters who don't want to think about the limitations and possible incapacitations of old age. However, with smart planning in your 50s and 60s, you can protect your heirs from financial risk and even protect your business from a crippling lack of leadership.  Costs of Long Term Care Depending on where you live, long term care can cost you anything from $54,800 to
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Are Collectibles a Good Investment?

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Strategies for More Income in Retirement

Strategies for More Income in Retirement Retirement is a time to enjoy your life, not struggle with money. It's also a time when many people are faced with whether or not to begin drawing on their retirement accounts. You may need more income in retirement than when you were working because, unless your spouse is a high-income earner, the tax savings of two working people are now gone. If you're looking for strategies for making more income in retirement, then read on. Save mor
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Getting Organized In Retirement

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Facts on Retirement in America

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Ways to Prepare for Retirement

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Retirement Planning Milestones To Mark on Your Calendar

Retirement Planning Milestones To Mark on Your Calendar When it comes to retiring, experts are pretty unanimous that Americans are not as prepared as they should be. There are many small steps that people need to take to have the desired life in their golden years. These steps also tend to coincide with certain milestones that you should mark on your calendar. Here are a few: December 31  This date marks the end of the year each year. It's also the date that allows you to
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It Could Be Called "Love" Insurance

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Money Tips For Your Adult Kids

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Retirement Saving Can Be Stressful

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Grandparents Raising Grandchildren

Grandparents Raising Grandchildren   Raising children is something often done by parents in the prime of their life, typically between the ages of 20 and 50. By the time retirement comes around, most of the children are off on their own, leaving the parents to finally take a well-deserved rest.   Aside from occasional contact with their young grandchildren, grandparents can live their lives free of the responsibility of raising youngsters. But what happens when the grandparent sudd
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Are You Planning to Retire by 50?

We all want an early retirement to travel, start a business, or spend more quality time with our families. If you're planning to retire at 50, which steps should you take?   For starters, keep in mind that early retirement is not your portion if you're planning to work until your retirement age. You will be working throughout your retirement, at least for a few years; this means that you need to focus on saving for retirement as soon as possible. Otherwise, you may end up regretti
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One Basket, All Eggs. Risky!

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Getting A Mortgage In Retirement

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What To Do When You Inherit Your Parents’ House

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