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Work is the fuel for your life. It drives your spending and savings. Income from work is often called earned income.
Explore getting ahead, side gigs, sabbaticals, starting your own business and more.
You might be surprised by the facts of being an entrepreneur after 50! Financial success later in life is FAR more common than you might think.
Retirement savings programs are improving and most Americans now want to save more. What is a good employer match? How does yours compare?
Experts predict lifespans will increase to 100 years or more. Explore the past, present and future of retirement in light of increasing longevity.
Yes, you can get Social Security retirement benefits and work at the same time.
Here are 8 tips that you can use right now to make retirement or whatever life transition you’re experiencing go more efficiently and happily. Read now!
The ability to open a Solo 401k is a big perk for the self employed. Learn about 12 big advantages, including the huge contribution limits.
Some individuals dream of the day when they can do absolutely nothing. To them, retirement is a euphoric future of sleeping in, lounging in the sun, and thinking as little as possible for the next 30 years of their lives. (Others dream up retirement business ideas.) In fact, for most of us, a life of…
In some cases a year can make a huge difference. Think back to 2019. It was certainly different than 2020 (to say the least). But sometimes years go by and not all that much has changed. Knowing when to retire is a huge decision. It can be easy to put it off a year and…
Episode 45 of the NewRetirement podcast is an interview with Alan Donegan — founder of PopUp Business School and host of the Rebel Entrepreneur with ChooseFi — and discusses Donegan’s own journey to financial independence and the people that he’s met along the way. They also go in-depth on how to start a business. Spoiler:…
For retirees, leaving the workforce means leaving a steady paycheck and beginning to tap into retirement savings and benefits. For employers, the demographic shift means finding talented replacements for individuals who have clocked decades of experience on the job. But there’s a win-win solution for both groups: a “phased” retirement, which allows older workers to…
While your age should not matter when it comes to jobs, research indicates that age discrimination is a real and measurable thing. This is bad news to the masses of Americans in their 50s, 60s, and 70s who want to keep working. A retirement job or a delayed retirement is a huge part of many…
You have heard it before: “Work in Retirement!” If you want to be financially secure, working after retirement age or working as long as possible before retirement is a good idea. Think about it, if you retire at age 65 (or before), you might be spending 30 years not working. Thirty years is a long…
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