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Passive Income for Retirement: 12 Creative Ideas to Boost Your Financial Security

Passive income for retirement are income sources that you benefit from without too much effort — the money just flows in. Passive income streams are therefore ideal for retirement. In retirement you are trying to maximize the time we spend on leisure activities while minimizing work or burdensome endeavors.You can generate passive income from savings,…

Podcast: Legendary Investor Jim O’Shaughnessy on Active vs. Passive Investing

Episode 14 of the NewRetirement podcast is an interview with Jim O’Shaughnessy – founder of O’Shaughnessy Asset Management. We discuss the investing lessons he’s learned from 30 years of investing – partially summarized in this tweet storm and why human behavior is the most predictable (and exploitable) element of the stock market. Listen Now: Don’t…

Retired Athletes: 20 Valuable Lessons from their Financial Victories and Agonizing Defeats

Retired athletes too often face financial ruin. According to authoritative reporting by Sports Illustrated, approximately 78 percent of NFL players either go bankrupt or face some serious financial stress within two years of ending their playing careers, while 60 percent of NBA players are broke within five years of retiring from the game. More recent…

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15 of the Most Important Lessons from Financial Independence Blogs

To gain financial independence for retirement, use the lessons of those who have retired early. Here are 15 of the key lessons from the gurus running the top financial independence blogs. The Big Takeaways… Financial independence can be achieved, but it’s about combining lifestyle ambitions with reasonable financial strategies. Financial independence comes with some sacrifice,…

Podcast: Paula Pant — You can Afford Anything but not Everything

Episode 54 of the NewRetirement podcast is an interview with Paula Pant, the Founder of Afford Anything, a personal finance site, and host of the Afford Anything Podcast with 15 million downloads. (congrats!) Paula’s core belief is that you can “Afford Anything but not Everything”, and every decision has a tradeoff. We’re going to discuss…

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19 Powerful Insights Gained by Creating a Retirement Plan

Recently on the NewRetirement Facebook group, we asked, “What is one insight you gained by going through the process of creating a retirement plan?” It is clear from the responses that creating a plan can create wealth, security, fewer taxes, an earlier retirement, and much more. The insights are varied and reflect the fact that…

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Pros and Cons of ETFs: Are Exchange Traded Funds a Good Retirement Investment?

If you do not know about Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs)… it may be well worth your while to learn about them. There are many compelling pros and cons of ETFs as a retirement investment. ETFs have become a very popular investment vehicle and they can be a good place for retirement savings. In a nutshell,…

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29 Early Retirement Tips, Strategies, Tricks, & Hacks

Early retirement is a dream for many Americans, but one that few are sure they’ll be able to reach. In fact, findings from the Boston College Center for Retirement Research have found that the average retirement age has actually risen to 65.7 for college-educated men and 62.8 for college-educated women (while remaining at around 62…

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How Much Should I Save for Retirement? Average Retirement Savings Rates for Every Age

Keeping your retirement savings on track helps you meet your retirement goals. That seems like a very simple concept, and in a way it is. But living with that plan every day isn’t quite so simple. Knowing how much one should save for retirement is useful — it can motivate you to take action. And…

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How to Take Control of Your Finances: 29 Pieces of Real Advice from Real People for Real Wealth and Security

Want to know how to take control of your finances? Ask some smart people who are managing their own finances and actively planning for a secure future. On the NewRetirement Facebook group (join now), we recently asked: “What is one action you have taken that has improved your financial life?” How to Take  Control of…

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How to Get Out of Debt: 12 Ways to Reduce this Expense for a Better Future and More Secure Retirement

In 2020, Fidelity reported that the majority of people who were making financial resolutions for the new year wanted to achieve a debt free life. While fortunes have shifted after the pandemic, it is still a very worthy goal. Not sure how to get out of debt? You have options. Based on my experience, there…

How a Biden Presidency Might Affect Your Retirement

Joe Biden is now President elect. There are several ways a Biden presidency might affect your retirement, including lower tax benefits on 401(k) accounts and more generous Social Security benefits. Biden’s Plan for Older Americans gives specific details on what Biden would like to do as President to overhaul the nation’s retirement system, shore up…

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How Are Different Retirement Income Sources Taxed? And, How Does Tax Withholding Work in Retirement?

Retirement tax planning is a critical part of preparing for a secure future. The good news is that with so many possible retirement income sources, you have many different opportunities to potentially reduce your tax burden. And, you may even discover that reducing taxes can enable you to retire a little earlier than you might…

Overcome These 9 Big Financial Planning Mistakes (You Have Never Seen a List Like This Before)

Very few people are experts at managing their finances, planning retirement, building wealth, and ensuring a secure future. Effective money management is often perceived as being: 1) too hard or specialized, 2) not immediately important, 3) something you can tackle next year or 4) too expensive (if you think you need to hire an advisor). …

Podcast: JL Collins — The Simple Path to Wealth

Episode 48 of the NewRetirement podcast is an interview with JL Collins — a best-selling author and financial independence guru — and discusses the what, why, and how of Financial Independence as well as Collins’ book, “The Simple Path to Wealth”. Listen Now: Don’t miss out on future episodes: subscribe on iTunes subscribe on Stitcher…

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