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Tips for Living Debt-Free in Retirement

If you’re like most baby boomers, you’ve probably experienced the feeling of having too much credit card debt. Maybe you’re carrying a balance from month to month, or perhaps you’ve been hit with an unexpected late fee or two. Either way, credit card debt can (Check it Out!)

Yes! Retire at 62 and Work Part-Time in Retirement

I think it’s an excellent idea to work part-time in retirement. It’s an especially sweet deal if you work and also take advantage of collecting Social Security benefits at 62. Additionally, working part-time in retirement can help you stretch your resources, whether yours are thick (Check it Out!)

Perks: Retirement Has its Privileges in a Pandemic

Have you noticed that retirement has its privileges during the coronavirus pandemic?  It may be difficult to imagine there are perks, especially as Americans and people around the globe continue to suffer deeply from the detrimental health and economic effects of Covid19. The pandemic has (Check it Out!)

Best Retirement Advice for Uncertain Times

The best retirement advice I can give you during uncertain times is to rely on your own judgment rather than on commission-driven “retirement experts”, or the advice of people on social media. Furthermore, don’t base retirement decisions solely on money. It’s the best retirement advice (Check it Out!)

How to Survive Your Husband’s Retirement

Are you looking for a solution for how to survive your husband’s retirement? The best way to ensure your survival is to check in with yourself first. That’s because the only person you have control over is yourself. You don’t have control over your husband (Check it Out!)