Archive for the 'Retirement-Planning' Category

Preparing For Retirement

By Robert Reverett If you work full time out of the home you probably have a plan for your retirement. Your goal for your retirement includes you having enough money in your pocket that you do not need to work another day. Unfortunately most people are realizing that when they reach retirement age they cannot […]

Planning For Retirement Care

By Julie Northcutt Many people look forward to retirement, knowing they will be able to enjoy traveling, spending time with family and finally be able to develop their hobbies. The advertisements for investment savings on television and magazines always show pictures of seniors sailing, gardening and enjoying leisure activities. However, along with the extra free […]

Retirement Planning Start Early and Enjoy Financial Independence

By Carole Dople Everyone retires one day so the earlier you start your retirement planning, the better for your future. It really does not matter whether you would be retiring in the next 5 years or the next 20, start planning now. That would definitely improve your financial future. The Need for Retirement Planning People […]

Mutual Funds, Guaranteed Investment Certificate Or Savings Account?

By Amy Nutt If you are lucky enough to have a bit of disposable income, you are doing the right thing by researching ways of saving or investing your money. By reading about the different options available to you, you’ll be able to make an informed decision and make the best possible choice for you […]

Invest in Your Retirement With a Internet Home Business

By John Mcrae With the current recession many people are concerned about their retirement nest eggs. Regardless of the economic conditions having all of your eggs in one basket is never a wise decision. Robert Allen wrote about multiple streams of income in a book a few years ago and the concept is more important […]

Have You Planned For a Full Filling Retirement?

By Amilu Stewart If you have ever been to a retirement seminar, you will come away with many ideas on the steps to plan for financial freedom in retirement. but with no ideas on how you gain a sense of worth and how will you ever fill in all of the abundance of time available […]

Nonqualified Deferred Compensation

By Nate Perrott Restrictions in the tax laws limit the amount of money that can be contributed to the qualified retirement plans of highly paid employees. Companies that want to reward and keep key employees can enhance retirement funds by creating deferred compensation plans for them. Employers can pick and choose specific employees and executives […]

Cross Tested Retirement Plans 101

By Steve Lamm What is a cross-tested plan? When should a cross-tested plan be used and who does it benefit? Cross-tested plans, also referred to as New Comparability or Tiered Plans, are a powerful retirement planning tool for small businesses and allow more flexibility than a traditional 401(k).   Cross-tested plans allow different levels of employer contributions to be […]

Investing For Retirement During an Economic Downturn

By Mike Gallagher During the last year, it is safe to say that most investors dreaded opening there quarterly statements, if they opened them at all. Nobody likes to see the proof that they are losing a relatively large percentage of there investments, even when they knew full well that money was being lost before […]

Investing in Your Retirement Investments

By Victoria Trevy Livingston Investing in your retirement years is something we must all do. With today’s challenges dealing with our financial future, it is up to each of us to stop and protect our future. Many don’t know what to do. Where do you start? One way is to contact an Investments company. Look […]