You can plan for it, dream about it and try to visualize it, but there's no way to tell for sure what retirement will be like for you until after you've actually pulled the trigger and left the job. As you contemplate this major life change, remember to prepare for these potential retirement surprises.
As House Republicans unveil a plan to lock in individuals’ tax rate, the Trump administration has touted the positive effects of the initial round of tax cuts, with the latest data showing that July job openings hit a record 6.9 million.
When do you plan on retiring? I often ask others this question during financial wellness workshops, webinars, and coaching sessions. Most people have at least a ballpark idea of when they would like to achieve a state of financial freedom where they will be able to stop working or transition to another season of life. ...
Life doesn't happen linearly, so you can't predict things are going to be smooth because you're either doing really good or really bad. Very seldom are you just bored for two decades. It's an unusual thing if you're bored for two decades. Your overall goal—constantly adjusted and monitored—ought to sound something like this: You ought ...
Small businesses and entrepreneurs need to consider what’s going to happen after they retire. A problem with entrepreneurs is that we’re all so focused on the present and the business that we forget – ourselves. Planning for retirement is harder for entrepreneurs because of the irregularity in our incomes in comparison to salary earners.