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You spend your life working and saving, but in retirement everything turns upside down as you transition to a life of leisure and need to turn those savings into reliable retirement income.
There are different ways of determining how much retirement income you will need and many different strategies for securing that income.
Your retirement income may come from a mix of savings withdrawals, Social Security, pensions, passive income, annuities, retirement jobs, and more.
Too good to be true? Explore 15 pros and cons of dividend stocks. Good for retirement income, but also expensive, confusing, and risky.
As a lifelong worker who paid their fair share of taxes, make sure you take advantage of these sources of tax-free retirement income.
Everyone wants to know how much is enough. Here are 10 ways to find out how much savings or income is needed for happiness.
Bond ladders can be used to protect against interest rate risk. Discover what they are and why you would use one to secure your future.
Research suggests that average annual retirement income for retirees is far less than what they earned before retirement. And, it’s not a problem!
Your next 401k statement is going to look different. And, your retirement income projections may be concerning. Find out why.
What is sequence of returns risk? Hint: timing is everything when it comes to withdrawing your savings. Find out how to maximize your retirement income for the long haul.
Spend safely in retirement? It sounds promising. Discover how to implement this retirement income strategy developed at Stanford. Read more…
While most people do short term consumption smoothing, you really need it for your future financial security.
Average retirement income 2022 – find out how your income compares to averages and get tips for boosting your income. Read now!
Your home is a valuable asset. It is also a powerful financial tool for retirement. Explore 5 ways to use your home equity. Read now…
Steve and David discuss retirement income and go over some listener questions
The best asset allocation strategy for you today? As you age? Is age the best way to determine investment strategy? Get answers.
Are RMDs desired income or a cost? Either way, preserve wealth with these 6 strategies for minimizing taxes on your withdrawals.
What’s the highest Social Security benefit? Will you qualify? Get easy answers for a wealthier retirement.
Demographics and the pandemic are 2 factors causing financial woes for Social Security. Learn if your benefits will be impacted.
Are you wealthy? Are you defining wealth correctly? See how people think about wealth and compare your financial well being to others’.
Find out how to apply for Social Security. Applying for Social Security is very straightforward. The real trick is deciding when. Get the inside scoop!
Nobel prize winner Robert Merton outlines the 3 steps you need to take to create a retirement income plan for a secure future.
Choosing the right Social Security strategies can be a $100,000 (or more) question. Find out how to make the most of this benefit with 16 easy tips.
Living on Social Security alone really is possible. Get the scoop on 11 ways to make it work for your situation. Read now!
William Sharpe has contributed significant brain power to solving for retirement security. Learn about the lockbox strategy and other ways to set up your retirement income.
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,…
Depending on your income (not your assets), you may be receiving a stimulus check of somewhere between $1,400 and $2,800. How are people putting this money to use? We asked the NewRetirement Facebook group and it turns out that the uses are as varied as we are individually. Many are looking to spend the money…
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