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What if I told you to stop thinking about a retirement date when considering your personal financial plan? What if I told you that investing isn’t just about retiring and living happily ever after? Here are three reasons why: 1. You’re healthy, but inflation is killing you. Quit planning like you die at retirement. Throw
I was sitting in a meeting the other day, where the topic of discussion was life changes. Specifically, it was about how certain events in life have huge financial impact (birth, new job or job loss, marriage, divorce, retirement, disability, death). I instantly made a mental note: “must write an article about death and its
The Income Related Monthly Adjustment Amount, referred to as IRMAA, can come as a surprise to some retirees. The standard Part B Medicare premium in 2018 is $134. What most people don’t know is that as retirees they may end up paying a significant surcharge on their Medicare Part B and Part D (Drug benefit) premiums. This is a result of the Medicare Modernization Act of 2003 (which took effect in 2007) affecting Medicare Part B