Each week I post the performance of the stocks that were given to subscribers the previous Sunday. All performance is measured against the plan given to subscribers. Seven of the [ … ]
They’re right. It is different this time. It’s worse. Much, much worse. What is? Everything, in terms of preparedness for the next U.S. recession. Debt is higher than ever, be [ … ]
For the better part of 40 years, I spent a great deal of time helping thousands of workers prepare for retirement. We ran seminars for workers and spouses on topics [ … ]
The lights have been green for the baby boomers all their lives. They were born just after World War II, between 1946 and 1964, and raised during the biggest, most [ … ]
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What could possibly be wrong with saving like crazy, so you can retire early? That’s the notion behind the Financial Independence/Retire Early, or FIRE, movement. Yet lately, I’ve read a [ … ]
We’re faced with a host of thorny retirement issues: Keep Social Security solvent. Make Medicare affordable. Many Americans aren’t saving enough. They want to retire earlier than they can reasonably [ … ]
The numbers are getting worse. Social Security checks could be cut 23% by fiscal year 2034—14 years from now—unless steps are taken to shore up the program. That’s according to [ … ]
I visualized a retirement far different from the one I’ve experienced. Before I quit the workforce, I thought my retirement would be a carefree life where I could do what [ … ]