Category Archives: Retirement

Why retirement planning is so important and how you can do it.

It’s my pleasure to present this guest post by Amy Nickson, from Working Moms’ Word. Per Amy, “Hey there! I am Amy Nickson. I am here in loving memory of my mom – sharing thoughts and opinion to help single … Continue reading

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Job Monkey: Some Day You Should Retire and Get The Monkey Off Your Back

Jobs. Not Steve. Just the one’s we go to. You know, 9 to 5, from 15 until . . . . … Most everybody has had a job. Well, not the wealthy, but us folks. My career was in education. … Continue reading

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Why Not Retire at a Dollar Amount, Instead of an Age? – Update

You might have caught an earlier blunder in which I accidentally posted the draft of this post that I had written for Your Average Dough. Yep, that was embarrassing. Oh well, I never said I was an expert at this … Continue reading

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Are You Saving For Retirement? If Not, Why?

This post was originally posted at Towards Your Better Life, in October of 2015. I was recently listening to the Stacking Benjamins’ podcast “Can’t Save for Retirement?  Here’s Your Answer.“  It was mentioned that a percentage of Americans are not … Continue reading

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Retirement for the Average Joe

It’s my pleasure to present this guest post by Courtney of Your Average Dough. While strolling around the internet I came across Courtney and her site. She puts out good stuff and I like how she writes, so I asked … Continue reading

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